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Picture with text Open House All nine fire stations

The Bellevue Fire annual open house is scheduled for Saturday, October 14th 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at all nine Bellevue fire stations. This annual event runs in conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week, which spans October 8-14th. Join us for fire safety demonstrations, fire station tours, hands-only CPR demonstrations, fire apparatus tours, try and bunker gear and refreshments. 


Presently, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has not issued a burn ban in King County. Air quality in Bellevue is forecast to remain at Moderate through Friday, September 8th as smoke from wildfires continues to blanket our region. It is recommended that kids, pregnant women, and people with breathing or heart issues limit outdoor exposure. 

Please keep in mind that within the areas serviced by Bellevue Fire open burning is prohibited. Recreational fires in approved containers within the approved guidelines are allowed. For more information on air quality related burn bans please visit the PSCAA website.

It is strongly advised that residents exercise caution and be mindful of our extremely dry conditions as they relate to brush, grass, and wildfire potential. With little precipitation in the forecast our area will continue to be at risk and potential of wildfires will remain high. Smokers should take extra precautions and NOT discard ash or cigarettes outdoors, especially around dry vegetation areas.

Fire Recruit Candidates Graduate

EMTG Class 5

Nine Bellevue Firefighters were honored for their graduation from the East Metro Training Academy (EMTG) Class Five. After three long months of training these former Recruits have now become Probationary Firefighters. Congratulations and welcome to Bellevue!

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Fire and Fall Prevention Program for Older Adults

At age 65, older adults are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires compared to the population at large. By age 75, that risk increases to three times that of the general population — and to four times by age 85.  

"Remembering When" is centered around 16 key safety messages – eight fire prevention and eight fall prevention - developed by experts from national and local safety organizations as well as through focus group testing in high-fire-risk states.

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