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2023 Calls for Service
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On Thursday, July 14th, 2022, Firefighters from East Grays Harbor Fire and Rescue, McCleary Fire Department and Oakville’s Grays Harbor Fire District 1 responded to reports of a residential structure fire in the 100 block of South Bank Rd in Elma, to find the home fully engulfed. The residents of the home and their pets…
East Grays Harbor Fire and Rescue invites you and your families to visit the fire station, meet your firefighters and see the equipment put in place to serve our citizens. There will be music, games, apparatus tours, blood pressure checks and refreshments! Applications will also be on hand for those who are interested in volunteering.…
Voters in East Grays Harbor last approved a 6-year, $0.50/$1,000 EMS levy in 2016. Since that time, call volumes have increased 27.5% for EMS-related incidents, and EMS accounts for approximately 90% of all emergency calls. Funding for this life-saving program will expire at the end of the year if not renewed by voters. Attached is…
Download Application here East Grays Harbor Fire and Rescue is accepting applications to establish a list for the position of Firefighter/Paramedic. $5,376.00 – $6,720.00 Monthly $64,515.72- $80,643.96 Annually Minimum qualifications include: High school graduate or equivalent. Legally able to work in the United States Ability to read and write the English language Possess a WA.…