Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One Mission Statement
Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One will provide exceptional service to our citizens and our members with dedication, compassion, and respect, while continually striving for improvement.
The Emergency Access Policy was finalized and adopted October 22, 2012.
Click here to view the pdf document.
Subsequent letters were sent to property owners affected by this policy. Click on each title to view a pdf document:
Letter To Property / Bridge Owners (dated 10/29/12)
Implementation Letter (dated 11/2/12)
Apparatus/Vehicle Weights & Wheelbase Dimensions
Other information of interest:
FAQ's - Emergency Access Over Private Bridges
Listing of Structural Engineers
Fire District 5 serves a population of approximately 44,000 over an area measuring 54 square miles, which is located Southeast of the Kitsap County Line and Northwest of the Narrows Bridge. The fire district also protects the City of Gig Harbor.
District 5 has nine response stations in addition to a Headquarters/Training Facility and a Maintenance Shop. Five stations are staffed 24 hours a day providing Emergency Medical and Fire Suppression services to our community, and four stations are staffed with volunteers.
Burning is OK in all areas where not prohibited.
Green indicates burning is OK Red indicates burn ban in effect.
Click here for the Recreational Fire Guidelines
Click here for the Residential Yard Debris Burning Guidelines
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Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One10222 Bujacich RD. NWGig Harbor, WA. 98332, USAPhone: (253) 851-3111Fax: (253) 851-9606