EMERGENCY SERVICE FAQS
Answers To Your Fire-Related Questions
HOW DO I KNOW WHICH FIRE DISTRICT IS RESPONDING TO MY EMERGENCY?
Mason County is divided into 12 fire protection districts, each serving the citizens and properties within their jurisdictional boundaries as well as their neighbors when requested for mutual aid.
A map of the county's fire districts can be viewed on the Mason County Website https://www.co.mason.wa.us/gis/maps.php.
If you are unsure which district you reside in, we would be happy to help you find out.
HOW CAN I SUBMIT A FIRE CODE VIOLATION COMPLAINT OR OTHER NON-EMERGENCY COMPLAINT?
Non-emergencies can be reported to MACECOM by calling (360) 426-4441.
If you have questions regarding non-emergency matters, call us during regular business hours.
I’D LIKE TO VOLUNTEER - WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
I DON'T THINK I CAN COMMIT TO VOLUNTEERING AS A FIRST RESPONDER BUT STILL WANT TO BE INVOLVED. WHAT CAN I DO?
If you are interested in volunteering, contact us today! Our application can be found on the "Volunteer with Us" page of this website. We look forward to hearing from you!
Being an active volunteer may not be for everyone, but everyone can help their neighbor in need.
Contact us for opportunities such as community education, fundraising events, administrative and operational support, and more!
Another great way to be involved is to attend the meetings of the Board of Fire Commissioners. The meeting dates and times can be found on this website, posted at the fire stations, or by calling during normal business hours.
If you have any questions, contact us and we’ll be happy to answer them!
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