Lewis County Fire District 6

Serving the communities of rural Chehalis and Adna since 1956.
 
  


There is no burn ban in effect. 

To apply for a burn permit, visit the Lewis County Community Development application page HERE.
 
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Monthly Safety Message

A monthly safety message from Fire Chief Tim Kinder

This Month's Safety Message  
 
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FD06 CALLS FOR SERVICE
MARCH 2018


FIRE 07
EMS 40
OTHER 15

MARCH TOTAL 062
ANNUAL TOTAL   181
2017 TOTAL 787
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Lewis County Fire District 6


Station 61 - Headquarters
Chief T. Kinder
Asst. Chief P. Smith
2123 Jackson Hwy | Chehalis
(360) 748-6019
- Station Staffed 24/7 -

Station 62 - Adna
Capt. G. Burbee
268 Dieckman Rd | Chehalis
(360) 740-5241
- Volunteer Station -

Station 63 - Logan Hill
Capt. J. Johnston
736 Logan Hill Rd | Chehalis
(360) 740-5755
- Volunteer Station -

Station 64 - Newaukum Hill
Capt. G. Burbee
114 Galaxie Rd | Chehalis
- Volunteer Station -

Station 65 - North Fork
Capt. J. Johnston
906 North Fork Rd | Chehalis
- Volunteer Station -
Wildland Urban Interface Training has started for 2018!

Fire District 6 hosted a Washington State Fire Training Academy course through the National Fire Academy called "Wildland Urban Interface firefighting for the Company Officer" in January. This two day course identifies operation activities and safety concerns for company officers assigned to a wildland incident. Topics covered included wildland/wildland urban interface firefighting, interface environment, wildlandfire behavior, command and control issues of wildland firefighting, and tactics.

Chief Tim Kinder stated "I'm pleased with the training that took place these two days. This is needed training for our county and we are happy to host this event." The training had 40 students from all over western Washington. "It is our goal to work closer with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and other agencies in protecting our Fire District and county residents during those incidents involving wildland fires," Kinder said. 
 

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2017 Fire Safety Poster Contest Winners

Fire District 6 would like to congratulate Adna Elementary School students who won the 2017 fire safety poster contest. Contest judges loved the creativity all students expressed in their art and the decisions were not easy. 
 
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Why volunteer?

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January - July 2017 Edition of the Fire District's Newsletter Now Available!

To download the current issue of the "Fire Flash" newsletter, CLICK HERE.

To sign up to receive the "Fire Flash" newsletter twice a year by email, CLICK HERE.

Thank you for your continued support of your local fire department!

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Become a Volunteer Firefighter/EMT

Fire District 6 is continuously accepting applications for volunteers looking to help their community. Please take a moment to review this information sheet about becoming a volunteer firefighter/EMT. To fill out an application, go to our "Apply" page.

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