King County Road Services has closed NE 124th Street due to water over the roadway. The road may be closed through tomorrow. Updates can be found on the King County website: http://gismaps.kingcounty.gov/MyCommute/PrintView.aspx
Be safe and do not drive through standing water or around road closed signs.
Posted 3/6/14 3:20pm
I wanted to provide you with as much notice possible on the 2014 Flying Wheels bicycle rally. I have attached documents that outline the specifics (date, route, etc.) for your convenience. The fire district was included in the announcement as a courtesy but had no voice in the approval or scheduling of the event.
This information is not intended to endorse or vilify the event; rather to provide you information and help achieve the best possible outcome for all involved. Obviously, emergency responses could be challenged with the increased number of bicyclists. The number of participants could also increase aid emergencies during the event. To help minimize their impacts, the sponsoring club has hired additional King County police officers to help mitigate any issues.
My hope is that this advance notice will allow you to prepare/avoid congestion and traffic delays. It is important to note that the rally is the same weekend as Duvall Days and will be simultaneous with the parade on Saturday, May 31st. Main Street will be closed for the parade and traffic will be diverted to Snoqualmie Valley Road; the same route as the rally.
Flying Wheels 2014
The District has completed its Strategic Plan for 2014-2018.
We invite you to review the plan and submit comments and questions. Please contact Chief Burke via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (425-788-1625).
Strategic Plan 2014-2018
Duvall-King County Fire District 45 is looking for qualified candidates for the 2014 EMT class.
Volunteer responders work shifts and respond to emergencies alongside the full-time firefighters, providing life-saving services to the community. In addition, volunteer responders gain valuable skills and experience, gain confidence in their own abilities, and make many friends in our fire department family.
There will be an information night on Tuesday, February 18th and Tuesday, March 18th, both at 7pm at the Duvall Fire headquarters (15600 First Ave NE) to provide information and answer questions. RSVPs are encouraged. Call 425-788-1625.
Duvall Fire Recruiting Flyer
2014 Volunteer Selection Schedule
2014 Volunteer EMT Application
North East King County Region Public Safety Communication Agency (NORCOM) Working with Local and Federal Authorities to Investigate Security Breach.
Medical and employee records may be at risk. Please see the attached media release published by NORCOM for additional details. Any inquiries should contact 425-646-8011 or email@example.com
Additional details will be shared as they become available.
NORCOM press release 1-13-14
Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has lifted the burn ban for King County effective immediately. Permitted burns may resume, as well as, charcoal and wood fueled cooking fires.
Due to a great response we have met the limit provided by the Firewise grant. KCFD 45 will no longer be accepting applications for address signs. If you have ordered a sign, please keep in mind that it may be awhile before they are ready for pickup. The grant reimbursement process involves several steps to assure that this program is a success.
New regulations effective September 3
The seasonal burn ban has been lifted. New regulations are now in effect.
Residential Yard Debris fires are intended for disposal of natural vegetation (leaves, clippings, prunings, and other yard and gardening refuse) from the property and are defined as being no larger than 4’ in diameter X 3’ high. Fires are to be burned during daylight hours only and must be at least 50 feet from a structure.
Please see the Outdoor Burning Regulations document for clarification.
WASHINGTON STATE – In recognition of the thousands of public safety personnel that have been called to serve their city, state and country each and every day, Governor Jay Inslee has proclaimed the week of August 25 – September 1, 2013 to be “Stand With Those Who Serve Week” in the state of Washington.
Washington’s public safety personnel from city, county, state, federal and military are often called to serve daily in a variety of ways throughout the great State of Washington. In many cases, their commitment extends well past a day at work and these same caring individuals are the coaches, mentors and leaders in their own communities.
Washington’s public safety agencies work collaboratively to safeguard life and property even in the face of personal harm on a daily basis. We would like the citizens of Washington State to take the time to show your support for the public safety community by letting them know that you “Stand With Those Who Serve”.
The fire district has received official notice of the new insurance ratings from the Washington Survey and Ratings Bureau (WSRB). Most areas of the District have received an improved rating. The City of Duvall is now rated at “4” and most of the unincorporated areas of the District are rated at “5.” An article explaining the changes has been published in the Woodinville Weekly.