Lewis County Fire District 6

Serving the communities of rural Chehalis and Adna since 1956.


Burn Ban in Effect for Lewis County effective
June 19, 2015.


Burn permits expiring on June 30, 2015, are rescinded and now expire at 12:01 AM June 19.

For more information, see the press release below. 
  
 
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FD06 CALLS FOR SERVICE
JUNE 2015


FIRE 09
EMS 55
OTHER 09

JUNE TOTAL 073
ANNUAL TOTAL   366
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Lewis County Fire District 6
Headquarters


2123 Jackson Hwy
Chehalis, WA 98532

P: (360) 748-6019


Refrigerator for Bid 

Lewis Co. Fire District 6 has a refrigerator that is being surplused. Bids will be accepted from July 24 - August 10, 2015. For more information, or to bid on this item, see the attached document. Forms are also available at District 6's main station.
 
 
 
Filling Pools for Citizens

Each summer, Lewis Co. Fire District 6 strives to assist citizens with filling their pools as a quicker way to get the annual water activities underway. The water, for our east end citizens in the Logan Hill and Centralia Alpha areas, comes from the City of Chehalis fire hydrants. For our west end citizens, the water comes from Boistfort Valley Water fire hydrants. This year, citizens are asked to contact the respectful water company to request LCFD6 to fill your pool. Once the citizen has their approval, they may contact Fire Station 61 at (360) 748-6019 to arrange a time for their pool to be filled. Thank you for your cooperation!

City of Chehalis: (360) 748-0238
Boistfort Valley Water: (360) 748-1285
 


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Are your smoke alarms chirping?

Lewis Co. Fire District 6 offers free residential smoke alarm replacement, installation, and battery checks for it's low-income and elderly citizens. Call Fire Station 61 for more information at (360) 748-6019. 

Not sure how to test or operate your smoke, fire, or carbon monoxide detectors? We can help! Call Fire Station 61 at (360) 748-6019 to set up an appointment at no cost to LCFD6 citizens!