Fire Training

Bellevue Public Safety Training Center

1838 116th Ave NE 

Bellevue Fire Training Center
Constructed in 1983, the Bellevue Public Training Center is a joint training facility used by the Bellevue Fire Department and Bellevue Police Department. In addition to serving the training needs of Bellevue firefighters and police officers, the facility is regularly used to host specialized public safety training and enhance the operational readiness and coordination between local and regional partners.

Our Training Division works closely with eight other local agencies [Bothell, Eastside, Kirkland, Mercer Island, Northshore, Redmond, Shoreline and Woodinville Fire Departments], as a member of the East Metro Training Group (EMTG). The purpose of the EMTG is to promote and improve training excellence and safety through inter-agency cooperation.  This is accomplished by conducting joint recruit firefighter academies, developing and conducting multi-company drills and hosting tactics and Chief Officer training throughout the year.

Tony Mastrandrea, Battalion Chief

Commander, Training Division

Tony MastrandreaBC Mastrandrea began his public safety career in 1991 as a King County Sherriff Deputy before transitioning to the fire service with Bellevue. Tony has a passion for technical rescue, and thrives on new challenges which has been the driving force of his career. Over the past 23 years he has filled every position within the ranks of the ladder company as well as various ancillary assignments, to include Tactics Team Instructor, Recruit Academy Instructor and board member for the Bellevue Firefighter's Community Support Foundation.



450 110th Ave NEPO Box 90012Bellevue, WA 98009



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