Pool Safety Tips THE HARD FACTS Among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children 1 – 4 years old. Children 1 – 4 years old are more likely to drown in a pool. Children 5 years and older are more likely to drown in natural water, such as ponds, [...]
COUNTY-WIDE OUTDOOR BURN BAN* EFFECTIVE 8:ooAM -Friday- October 6,2017 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE The Mason County Community Development Director, as acting Fire Marshal, and in partnership with the Mason County Fire Chiefs' Association, has determined that current weather conditions within Mason County, the near term forecast,and the recent "fall like weather" we have been having allows [...]
Mason Fire District 4 is currently seeking a part-time firefighter/EMT to perform daily station duties. Application period is open August 8- September 8, 2017. Please return your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more about the application process, please see our members application page. Please return your application to email@example.com.
Please join District 4 in congratulating Captain Erik McAuley. When hired, Erik was given a big goal to participate in the Washington State Fire Academy Company Officer program. His successful completion, and proactive approach, has earned him new responsibilities. Congratulations Erik.
Jeff Hanes, is the district’s first full-time firefighter. Erik McAuley has returned from the North Bend Academy, after successfully creating new firefighters for the state. We have two new part-time firefighters. Travis Sherman and Jeremiah Miller. Reach out and introduce yourself, congratulate, and welcome them back. Bob Burbridge Chief, Mason Fire #4
We are pleased to announce Angus Carpenter, Joeseph McGrew, Colton "Carl" Schmidt and Elizabeth Skelton have successfully passed their FF1 practical test this weekend. We celebrated their achievements from the academy on April 10th at 1900 in the Shelton High School Auditorium. Congratulations on completing the academy!! Greg Seals Training Officer
CALL VOLUME In 2014 we responded to 996 total calls, 714 or 71% of those calls were medical/rescue. 2015 our call volume increased by 10% to a total of 1185 calls. That averages to 3 alarms per day. As of October 2016, we have already increased our call volume over 2015.
Mason County Fire District #4 is seeking competitive bid(s,) to purchase a 3,000 gallon water tender
Classified advertisement Mason County Fire District #4 is seeking competitive bid(s,) to purchase a 3,000 gallon water tender. Interested parties may seek bid information on the District’s website, MasonFire4.com. Bids will be accepted until 4:00 P.M. (PST,) February 15, 2017. Bid(s) will be opened, graded, and possibly awarded at a regular Commission Meeting, February 15, [...]
Fire 4 - 2016 family Christmas party is in the books! Photos are children of Fire 4 volunteers and staff. All the kids received (from Santa Claus) a “Fire 4 Family” hoodie. The evening involved dinner, visit from Santa, and reindeer games. In photo, the kids are seen in a snow ball fight. 33 kids [...]
FIRE ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIPS Each year Mason Fire District # 4 Association scholarship committee meets choose recipients of their scholarship awards. Remember to apply for the 2017 awards. CONGRATULATIONS LETICIA AND SHAYLYNN!