County is a regional public information and notification
offered by King County Emergency Management to help keep
you informed about potential hazards and threats that
impact your area.
enhanced service will notify subscribers about potential
emergencies in our locality via text, email, and
telephone. Registration is free and confidential.
Once registered, users can edit their
information whenever changes are needed. The system even
accepts multiple email accounts, phone numbers, and
physical addresses (such as home
As part of
EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN this is another great
communications tool to have and Fall City Fire District
27 encourages you
to sign up for this free service.
News Release 2/13/19
Notice of change for the
Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting Date
The regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners has been
changed to the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.,
effective on March 11, 2019.
News Release 1/23/19
BALLOT MEASURE TO MERGE FIRE DISTRICT 27 INTO FIRE
DISTRICT 10 WILL BE ON THE BALLOT AT THE APRIL 23, 2019
The Board of Commissioners took
action at a Special Meeting, January 22, 2019 to place the
merger question back on the ballot for the April 23, 2019
Special Election. The ballot measure request voter approval
to Merge Fire District 27 (Fall City) into Fire District 10.
Fire Benefit Charge Information
Under the Merger Proposal the taxing formula will change
for Fall City. Currently the District levies a regular
levy of $1.20 per $1,000 of assessed value, and a
Maintenance and Operations (M&O) levy which for 2019 is $0.36 per $1,000 of assessed value.
Under the new fee structure, for 2020, the regular levy
would decrease to $1.00 per $1,000 of assessed value, and a Fire Benefit Charge
would be assessed on improvements on your
properties. The M&O levy would not be collected in 2020.
Approximately 78% of the 2,478 residential tax parcels in
Fire District 27 would have a decrease in their fire taxes;
the average savings is estimated at $136 per year.
Approximately 15% or 375 parcels would see an increase in
their fire taxes; the average increase is estimated at
$66 per year. About 7% or 177 parcels would see no change.
Of the 62 identified Commercial properties in Fire
District 27; 21 parcels will see a tax decrease and 41 will
see an increase.
Proposed Merger Tax Comparison Report
To look up your property by address
To look up your property by parcel no.
What is a Fire Benefit Charge?
A Board appointed Committee was
formed in January of 2018 to evaluate consolidation options
for improving the District's service levels and long-term
financial sustainability. The following informational
reports were presented to the Board of Commissioners by the
Town Hall Meeting - Power Point Presentation
Committee Report to the Commissioners
of Snoqualmie Option Pro's/Con's
►Map of Fire District 27
►Map of Eastside Fire & Rescue
►Map of Fire District 10
of City of Snoqualmie Fire & Rescue
of All King County Fire Protection Districts and
For more information call
425-222-5841 and ask for Chief Connor or email to