Duvall Fire offers affordable Family & Friends CPR classes. This is not a carded class and as such does not meet employer requirements. Classes are available several times a year or can be scheduled when requested. The cost of the class is $10.00. If you or your group is interested in taking a class, contact Firefighter Jared Shoop, email@example.com. Duvall Fire is proud to teach CPR at CedarcrestHigh School. Between our public CPR classes and High school CPR classes we teach over 300 citizens a year.
Vile of Life
King County Fire District 45, in partnership with the Medic One Foundation, is proud to announce the Vial of L.I.F.E. program; L.I.F.E. stands for Lifesaving Information for Emergencies. This simple program could save your life or the life of a loved one. The vial comes with a blank medical information form for your home and wallet, a Vial of L.I.F.E. sticker and a magnet. You complete the medical information form within the vial, including: important phone numbers, preferred hospitals, medical conditions, medications, allergies, power of attorney and more. Place the vial, containing the form, on the top shelf of your refrigerator; the magnet on the front of the fridge; and the sticker on your front door or an adjacent window. Why? Emergency medical responders are trained to look for Vial of L.I.F.E. magnets and stickers. The Vial of L.I.F.E. program will allow you to voice your wishes when you are unable to speak and give immediate and valuable information to emergency responders, expediting your course of treatment. In case of fire, your refrigerator acts as a safe, protecting your valuable medical information. They are available for $1 at any Bartells store, or free of charge at the Duvall Fire Headquarters Station, proceeds benefit the Medic One Foundation. Please consider this life saving program for you and/or your loved ones. For more information contact Firefighter Jared Shoop, firstname.lastname@example.org, 425-788-1625. To learn more about The Medic One Foundation and their life saving programs, visit www.mediconefoundation.org.
Come down and visit your firehouse! Tours are available anytime; if you are coming as a group, please call for an appointment, 425-788-1625. If you just want to come down with a few kids to see the station, ask at the front desk if the duty crew is available to show them around. Tours usually last approximately half an hour and include viewing of the work areas, crew quarters, apparatus bay, apparatus, and firefighter gear donning. All kids are sent home with a shiny red fire helmet, badge and trading cards. Contact Firefighter Jared Shoop with questions, email@example.com.
The fire station has a community room available for meetings. The cost is $12 for two hours; half the room runs $6.00 for two hours. The room is rented out in two hour increments. If food or beverages other than water are served or brought in, the room price doubles. Please contact the front office for further information or to schedule the room, 425-788-1625.
We are available to conduct in-home fire safety inspections; they will last around half an hour and be tailored to your needs. Contact Firefighter Jared Shoop with questions or to schedule an appointment, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer public CPR classes, and teach CPR at the high school. Over 300 citizens of our community learn this life saving technique annually. We also teach fire safety and prevention at our elementary schools, grades K-5. We are here, ready to answer any questions you may have.