King County Fire District 27

King County Fire District 27 is located in Fall City, Washington, nestled in the Cascade foothills 24 miles east of Seattle. The Fire District serves a population of approximately 6,200 people in and surrounding the unincorporated rural town of Fall City. The Fire District service area is 22 square miles. 

The area offers many recreational activities from river rafting, hiking, horseback riding, golfing and much more. Two river systems, the Snoqualmie and the Raging rivers cross through the District. Several lakes dot the landscape and the Snoqualmie Falls is a popular attraction that borders the Fire District. Fall City is comprised mostly of residential properties, agricultural farming and service business operations.

Rule Changes for  Outdoor Residential Burning 

Effective May 1, 2020, the Fire District will allow Residential Outdoor Burning to occur in all areas of the District up until June 15, 2020, when the Seasonal Summer burn ban goes into effect. A permit is required for Residential Outdoor Burning and due to the Social Distancing Guidelines in effect, a permit may be obtained by calling the Fire Department at 425-222-5841.    > Additional Information

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Fall City Fire District 27 with King County ALERT can keep Fall City Residents and Business Owners informed about Significant Events and EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. 

ALERT King County is a regional public information and notification service offered by King County Emergency Management to help keep you informed about potential hazards and threats that impact your area.

Hand completing Emergency Preparation Li

Fire District 27 recommends being prepared for up to 7 days! 
It is not uncommon during a storm or natural disaster to be without power in the rural areas for several days or even more than a week. 

1. Have a Plan

2. Build an Emergency Kit

3.Get Involved-Learn CPR/First Aid

► EMERGENCY KIT CHECKLIST  

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PRACTICE YOUR ESCAPE

If a fire occurred in your home tonight, would your family get out safely?

A fast, pre-planned escape is critical to survival.

Waking up to smoke and flames is one of the worst things that can happen to your family and home. Once the smoke alarm sounds, a fire can spread quickly, leaving only a few minutes to escape. That's why it's so important to have a home fire escape plan, that prepares your family to think fast and get out quickly.

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Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) 
Public Safety Awareness

Steps you can take to prevent the flu and common cold will also help prevent COVID-19. Frequently wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds, avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth, avoid contact with people who are sick, and cover your mouth with a tissue or sleeve when sneezing or coughing. 

Know the signs and symptoms of COVID-19. If you have a fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, contact your primary provider today or call the Washington State Department of Health hotline at 1-800-525-0127. Avoid calling 911 unless faced with a life-threatening emergency. 

COVID-19 is believed to be spread by respiratory droplets when a person coughs or sneezes. Symptoms can appear in as few as 2 days or as long as 14 days after exposure to the virus, and can include: fever, cough and difficulty breathing. If you are experiencing such symptoms, contact your primary physician or call the Washington State Department of Health hotline at: 1-800-525-0127. Please only call 911 when faced with a life-threatening emergency:  

The COVID-19 outbreak in Washington State is evolving every day. The best thing you can do to protect yourself, and to help prevent the virus from spreading, is stay informed. For the latest information and updates: kingcounty.gov/covid    Informational Fact Sheet    coronavirus.wa.gov

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