Posts By: Darla

Sealed Bid for Air Conditioning Unit

CALL FOR SEALED BIDS   August 27, 2018 The Staff has evaluated the three bids received for the 7 Zone Air Conditioning Heat Pump Assembly Job and gave their recommendation to the Board of Fire Commissioners at their regularly scheduled meeting Monday, August 27, 2018.  The Board of Fire Commissioners voted to award the job… Read more »

Surplus Fire Vehicles and Apparatus – 10/8/19

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT For Sale (October 8, 2019) SURPLUS FIRE VEHICLES and APPARATUS One 2007 International Navistar HORTON Ambulance, runs well and in good service condition, maintenance records available, with odometer mileage reading of: 271,000. DT466 (EGR) Diesel 6 cylinder engine, EVS3000 ALLISON automatic six-speed transmission, including Stretcher Cot, Minimum bid: $5,000. Unit is sold as… Read more »

Fire Chief Michael Schick Resigns

NEWS RELEASE (January 4, 2019) Camano Island Fire & Rescue Board of Fire Commissioners accept Fire Chief’s Resignation.  Click here for more details.

Toy and Food Drive a Great Success!

(December 31, 2018) THE NUMBERS ARE IN! Our CIFR firefighters were able to make the final delivery of food, toys, and cash donations to Stanwood Camano Food Bank & Thrift Store, which was collected from our community during our Santa Run and Food and Toy drive. We are honored and proud to announce that our… Read more »

Questions About the Fire Levy Lid Lift?

Camano Island Fire & Rescue has planned two meetings to share information about a proposed fire levy lid lift to meet the increasing demand for emergency services. Community members with questions are invited and encouraged to attend: Monday, October 23, 6:00 p.m. (Mabana Station, 3651 South Camano Drive) Saturday, October 28, 10:00 a.m. (District Headquarters,… Read more »

Lid lift would fund service improvements for Camano Island Fire & Rescue: Ballot measure planned for November

The Camano Island community is being asked to consider a 25-cent fire levy lid lift for emergency services during the November General Election. If approved, funding would be used to hire emergency personnel, replace aging apparatus, and maintain District facilities. The lid lift would cost the owner of a $350,000 home an additional $7.29 per… Read more »