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Frequently Asked Questions

When Are Commissioner Meetings?

The Board of Fire Commissioners meets the second thursday of every month at 7:00 PM at Station 5-1 (115 E. Washington St., Napavine). Meetings are always open to the public (Chapter 42.30 RCW) and we welcome and appreciate your participation.

How Does the Fire District Affect My Insurance Costs?

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How Do I Get a Burn Permit?

Burn permits can be obtained via Lewis County Public Works. Click here to go there now.

Is There Currently a Burn Ban in Effect?

Burn bans are instated by the Southwest Clearn Air Agency. Click here to go there now.

Are Stations Staffed 24/7?

Lewis County Fire District 5 operaters out of 4 stations. Minimum 24/7 services include one paramedic, one firefigther/EMT, and one firefighter. In addition, standard working hours also include a trained secretary who is also a firefighter/EMT. The District relies on volunteer staff and mutural aid when additional help is needed. Crews are stationed at Station 5-1 (115 E. Washington St., Napavine). For more information on our staffing, click here.

What Happens When I Dial 911?

911 calls in Lewis County are automatically routed to Lewis County Central Dispatch. The dispatcher will use information about the call to dispatch the appropriate fire, medical, and/or law enforcement service. When a fire or medical call is made in Lewis County Fire District 5, the Dispatcher will alert our crews and a response will be initiated.

What is a Fire Levy?

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How is the District Funded?

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