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The seasonal burn ban will take effect at 12:01am on Monday July 4th. No burning of yard debris is allowed during the ban.

Recreational fires and the use of BBQ's is still allowed.

Message from Duvall Fire and Duvall Police

Its that time of year when Americans everywhere will be celebrating the Fourth of July holiday with family, friends, and fireworks. Unfortunately, over the past 15 years, there has been an increase in the number of people injured during this festive time. Between 2006-2021, injuries with fireworks climbed 25% in the U.S., according to Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates. Reports indicate that there were at least nine fatalities, and an estimated 11,500 injuries involving fireworks.


Most of the injuries (32%) were associated with burns. 35% of injuries were to the eyes, head, face, and ears. 31% were injuries to hands and fingers. The remaining 34% were to arm, legs and chest. (U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission 2021 Fireworks Annual Report)


We ask that you please leave fireworks to the professionals and don’t let an unnecessary injury negatively impact your holiday festivities this Fourth of July.


Respectfully requested,

Joshua Erskine                Michael DeBock

Fire Chief                        Police Chief

Board of Commissioner Meetings

The Board of Commissioners of Duvall-King County Fire District 45 hold regular meetings

on the 2nd  Wednesday of each month at 10:00 AM.​​

There is a Commissioner's Meeting Scheduled for Wednesday,  July 13, 2022 at 10 am​​

The meetings will be open for in person attendance with limited capacity.

To view the meeting remotely, click here. The link will be made available within 48 hrs of the meeting start time.

Written comments must be submitted to districtsecretary@duvallfire45.com prior to the meeting

Benefit Service Charge

Please visit the Benefit Service Charge page for additional information.

If you have previously submitted a petition for the sprinkler discount, you are not required to request it each year.

BLS CPR/AED & First Aid Training

All public CPR and First Aid training have been suspended at this time due to COVID restrictions.

Duvall Fire offers BLS CPR/AED and First Aid training.

The CPR/AED training includes lecture and hands-on experience and after successful completion of the class, the student will receive a certification card that is good for two years.

The First Aid training, that can be taken in conjunction with the CPR/AED class or separately, teaches individuals the fundamental basics for rendering first aid.

Please consider signing up for one or both of these opportunities to prepare yourself to have the confidence and training to handle emergencies that may occur.