Our Vision Stop Fire at the Room of Origin, Save More Lives, Do so Effectively and Efficiently for the Long-Term
Our Values Integrity, Honesty, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Humility
Our Mantra Fast, Focused, Flexible and Friendly
The Mission of Mason Co. Fire District #4, Its Board of Commissioners, staff and volunteer personnel is to preserve life and protect property by providing fire protection and emergency medical services in a safe and efficient manner. Mason Co. Fire District #4 is committed to helping our neighbors by providing public education and recognizes that our people are our most valuable resources.
We are responsible for the Arcadia-Kamilche area of South Mason County, WA. This area is about 52 Square miles and has an approximate population of 7400.
We can be reached by phone at (360) 426-7222.
SEASONAL EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
Mason County Fire District #4 will be funding seasonal firefighter position(s) for the 2016 fire season.
The District will hire up to two Seasonal Employees.
Wildfire Community Preparedness: Accomplish Something Great!
The 3rd Annual National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day (Wildfire Preparedness Day) was Saturday, May 7, 2016. Although we’re past that date, the idea is to commit a couple of hours or ab entire day to making your community more wildfire resilient with a Wildfire Prep project.
Your efforts will help raise local wildfire awareness, encourage neighborhood collaboration, and bring people together to work on projects. These projects can help protect homes, neighborhoods and entire communities from future wildfire risk even or lessen current post-fire impacts.
“With more and more people living where wildfires are a real risk, it takes adequate planning and precautions to better protect life and property, says State Fire Marshal Charles Duffy. Demonstrate your commitment to wildfire preparedness by following the tips provided.
Residents of all ages are invited to participate in local projects that reduce the risk of wildfire damage to their homes and increase preparedness in their neighborhoods. Prep projects can range from a short time commitment up to an entire day and can be undertaken by individuals, families or groups. For a list of easy-to-do project ideas and to review Prep Day safety tips, visit: www.nfpa.org/wildfirepreparednessday.
The State Fire Marshal’s Office is a Bureau of the Washington State Patrol, providing fire and life safety services to the citizens of Washington State including inspections of state licensed facilities, plan review of school construction projects, licensing of fire sprinkler contractors and pyrotechnic operators, training Washington States firefighters, and collecting emergency response data.