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Welcome to the Mukilteo Fire Department website. We hope that you find our site easy to navigate and that the information provided is informative and beneficial. The Fire Department continuously looks for ways to listen and engage with our diverse community and values their input, whether it involves dispersing important information, or the actual services we provide to our citizens. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any of your concerns, questions, comments, or thoughts. We operate with a deep sense of pride, passion and professionalism and want others to feel welcome, respected and valued.
The Mukilteo Fire Department traces its history back to 1922, when the first fire hydrants were installed in Old Town. In 1940, Snohomish Fire Protection District No. 2 was formed preceding the incorporation of the City of Mukilteo in 1947. Then in 1962 the Snohomish Fire Protection District and the Mukilteo Volunteer Fire Department became two separate entities and contracted fire protection for the City of Mukilteo. The department was staffed solely by volunteers until 1992 when the first career firefighters were hired. The department continued as a combination volunteer/career department until 2010, when it became a fully paid department. Our goal has always been to continuously change to meet the needs of our community.
Today, the department has a full time sworn staff of 27 members, a Senior Administrative Assistant, a Fire Marshal, and a Fire Chief. The Fire Department occupies two fire stations strategically placed in the community. Fire Station 24 is located in Old Town and Fire Station 25 is located in Harbour Pointe. Your Fire Department provides services in fire suppression, advanced life support emergency medical services, fire and life safety education, and fire prevention. The Fire Department’s mission has remained the same for over 100 years. We exist to protect life, property, and the environment by providing the dynamic services of our organization 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Glen K. Albright, Fire Chief
Mukilteo Beacon Articles
Former Fire Chief Alexander wrote occasionally for the Fire Sirens column in the Mukilteo Beacon. His articles are available here.
- Prepared Not Scared September 2019
- Fire Chief Reflections–June 2019
- Emergency Medical Services Week 2019
- The Fire Department Peeks into 2019–January 2019
- October is All About Fire Prevention–October 2018
- A Message from the Fire Chief–September 2018
- How the Levy would help EMS–July 2018
- Know Fire Danger in Your Area June 2018
- Safe Place Baby Safe Haven and Map Your Neighborhood May 2018
- What is a Regional Fire Authority April 2018
- Preparing for Disasters March 2018
- Emergency Medical Services in Mukilteo February 2018
Fire Station 25 – 10400 47th Place West, Mukilteo
Fire Equipment: Engine 25, Medic 25, Aid 25, Battalion 25
Administration Equipment: Chief 25, Fire Marshal 25
Fire Station 24 – 700 5th Street, Mukilteo
Fire Equipment: Engine 24, Medic 24, Engine 24A (reserve)