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Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: (206) 386-1400
Address: Headquarters & Stations




CPR classes 

Learn the lifesaving skills of CPR and AED use.

Request a class.

Donate a structure for fire training 

Call if you have a vacant structure ready for demolition that you’d like to allow firefighters to conduct training in. 

(206) 386-1772 


To ask questions about becoming a Seattle firefighter. Or visit the Jobs & Opportunities tab to learn about our recruitment process.Non-uniformed (professional staff) positions are posted on

Fire Prevention Division 

The Fire Prevention Division enforces the Seattle Fire Code and life safety requirements in both new and existing buildings. This includes fire systems testing, permits, inspections, fire investigations, fire code complaints, plan review and technician certifications. Our mission is to protect property and preserve lives for all who live, work and recreate in Seattle. 

Fire Prevention email directory.

Fire safety presentations 

45 minute, in-person presentations for apartment and condo communities that can be tailored for residents or managers. 

Request a presentation.

Media inquiries 

Members of the media can request information from the on-duty Seattle Fire public information officer seven days a week.

Mobile Integrated Health 

For information about the MIH program, Health One teams or to request information about working with frequent 911 callers or vulnerable adults.

Office of Fire Chief 

Share a concern, compliment or ask a question of the Fire Chief. 

Public records requests 

The City of Seattle is now processing public disclosure requests through a web portal called the City of Seattle Public Records Request Center (PRRC). The PRRC is designed to assist you in organizing and tracking the progress of your request(s) and downloading records. With the transition to the PRRC, the City will be charging minimal fees for copying and transmitting electronic and non-electronic records in accordance with state law. 

To request a record, submit through the Public Records Request Center.

Smoke/carbon monoxide alarm program  

Seattle residents may qualify for a free smoke/carbon monoxide combination alarm to be installed by Seattle Fire personnel. We also offer strobe alarms for deaf/hard of hearing residents. Check eligibility and learn about the program.

Request an alarm.

Tours and Visits 

Schedule a firefighter visit to a school or community event (e.g. parade, festival) or for you to visit your neighborhood fire station. Tours and visits must be requested at least three weeks ahead and no more than three months in advance. We do not attend or host birthday parties.

Training Division 

The Training division supports all training activities for the Seattle Fire Department from recruit to veteran firefighter. Areas of training include all means in which the Seattle Fire Department responds within the community.

Fire Department

Harold Scoggins, Fire Chief
Address: 301 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: 301 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA, 98104
Phone: (206) 386-1400
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The Seattle Fire Department (SFD) has 33 fire stations located throughout the City. SFD deploys engine companies, ladder companies, and aid and medic units to mitigate loss of life and property resulting from fires, medical emergencies, and other disasters.