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ABOUT

Doing the right thing through education, pride, and a commitment to our community.

West Mason Fire was formed in November, 2018 through voter approval to merge Mason County Fire Protection District 9 into Mason County Fire Protection District 16.

The newly formed district encompasses 94 square miles and includes areas such as Shelton Valley, Dayton, Skokomish Valley, Brockdale/McReavy, the Skokomish Tribe, and through the Skokomish Recreation Area to the backside of Lake Cushman.

The district is governed by a board of elected fire commissioners, which meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month.  These meetings are open to the public and are an excellent way to become involved or learn about fire district matters.

 

VISION STATEMENT

Through education, pride and a commitment to our community we will be a valuable public safety asset within Mason County and the State of Washington.

 

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU.

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FIRE COMMISSIONERS

FIRST RESPONDERS

ADMINISTRATION

 

YOUR FIRE STATIONS

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STATION 16-1
(Headquarters)

4650 West Dayton Airport Road

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STATION 16-2

140 W. Shelton Valley Road

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STATION 9-1

2320 Skokomish Valley Road

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STATION 9-2

50 E Roadrunner Drive