Press Release 4/13/22

The Board of Fire Commissioners for Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One (GHFMO) unanimously passed a resolution to place a facilities bond on the August 2, 2022 Primary Election ballot. The purpose of the facility improvements is to improve community safety, and improve the health and safety of emergency personnel.

The Board of Fire Commissioners for Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One (GHFMO) unanimously passed a resolution to place a facilities bond on the August 2, 2022 Primary Election ballot. The purpose of the facility improvements is to improve community safety, and improve the health and safety of emergency personnel.

The Board of Fire Commissioners for Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One (GHFMO) unanimously passed a resolution to place a facilities bond on the August 2, 2022 Primary Election ballot. The purpose of the facility improvements is to improve community safety, and improve the health and safety of emergency personnel.

Hiring Prevention DC

It’s almost summer break! Sign your child up for a Safe Sitter class to learn how to babysit and earn some money during break! We offer a 3-day Safe Sitter® class to residents of Pierce County Fire District 5 (zip codes: 98332, 98333 and 98335). Classes will be held in June and August and seats fill up fast so make sure to register soon!

Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One is hiring one candidate to fill the position of Prevention Division Chief. The primary responsibility of the Prevention Division Chief is to plan, organize and supervise the activities of the Prevention Division, which include community risk reduction, public information, code/development review and pre-incident planning programs in accordance with District policies, city, county and state laws and applicable codes and standards.

Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One is hiring one candidate to fill the position of Prevention Division Chief. The primary responsibility of the Prevention Division Chief is to plan, organize and supervise the activities of the Prevention Division, which include community risk reduction, public information, code/development review and pre-incident planning programs in accordance with District policies, city, county and state laws and applicable codes and standards.

Safe Sitter

It’s almost summer break! Sign your child (11-14) up for a Safe Sitter class to learn how to babysit and earn some money during break! We offer a 3-day Safe Sitter® class to residents of Pierce County Fire District 5 (zip codes: 98332, 98333 and 98335). Classes will be held in June and August and seats fill up fast so make sure to register soon!

It’s almost summer break! Sign your child (11-14) up for a Safe Sitter class to learn how to babysit and earn some money during break! We offer a 3-day Safe Sitter® class to residents of Pierce County Fire District 5 (zip codes: 98332, 98333 and 98335). Classes will be held in June and August and seats fill up fast so make sure to register soon!

It’s almost summer break! Sign your child (11-14) up for a Safe Sitter class to learn how to babysit and earn some money during break! We offer a 3-day Safe Sitter® class to residents of Pierce County Fire District 5 (zip codes: 98332, 98333 and 98335). Classes will be held in June and August and seats fill up fast so make sure to register soon!

State of the District

Spend a few minutes with Fire Chief Dennis Doan in this video as he provides a State of the District Report. He's highlighted a few achievements from 2021 and looking at what's ahead in 2022.

Spend a few minutes with Fire Chief Dennis Doan in this video as he provides a State of the District Report. He's highlighted a few achievements from 2021 and looking at what's ahead in 2022.

Spend a few minutes with Fire Chief Dennis Doan in this video as he provides a State of the District Report. He's highlighted a few achievements from 2021 and looking at what's ahead in 2022.

CPR Now Scheduling

Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One is now scheduling for upcoming CPR/AED/First Aid classes. For more information about the classes we have available and how to register click the link below.

Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One is now scheduling for upcoming CPR/AED/First Aid classes. For more information about the classes we have available and how to register click the link below.

Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One is now scheduling for upcoming CPR/AED/First Aid classes. For more information about the classes we have available and how to register click the link below.

Request a Burn Permit

Did you know a burn permit is required to burn yard debris in our service area? If you live outside of the "no-burn zone" you can request a FREE burn permit by clicking the link below or by contacting us at 253-851-3111. Please note: Burn permits will not be issued between June 16 and October 14.

Did you know a burn permit is required to burn yard debris in our service area? If you live outside of the "no-burn zone" you can request a FREE burn permit by clicking the link below or by contacting us at 253-851-3111.

Please note: Burn permits will not be issued between June 16 and October 14.

Medication Disposal

Locations for proper disposal receptacles in Gig Harbor are located:

Civic Center | Gig Harbor Police Department
St. Anthony Hospital
Rite Aid Pharmacy
Bartell Drugs Pharmacy

Locations for proper disposal receptacles in Gig Harbor are located:

Civic Center | Gig Harbor Police Department
St. Anthony Hospital
Rite Aid Pharmacy
Bartell Drugs Pharmacy

Locations for proper disposal receptacles in Gig Harbor are located:

Civic Center | Gig Harbor Police Department
St. Anthony Hospital
Rite Aid Pharmacy
Bartell Drugs Pharmacy

PulsePoint App

The free PulsePoint Respond mobile app empowers members of the public to provide life-saving assistance to victims of sudden cardiac arrest until medical aid arrives.

The free PulsePoint Respond mobile app empowers members of the public to provide life-saving assistance to victims of sudden cardiac arrest until medical aid arrives.

PulsePoint App
Reflective address signs

Firefighters are often delayed in responding to emergencies, simply because they cannot find an address. Consider marking your home or driveway with reflective signs that can be seen both day and night. 

Firefighters are often delayed in responding to emergencies, simply because they cannot find an address. Consider marking your home or driveway with reflective signs that can be seen both day and night. 

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