The City of Anacortes provides fire
protection within the City Municipal boundaries, serving approximately
16,000 residents over 14 square miles. The City also shares and receives
resources through a countywide mutual aid agreement.
Fire suppression services are provided
via three fire stations for the City of Anacortes. Station #1 is located
at 1016 13th Street. A maximum of three Firefighter/Paramedics are on
duty here 24-hours per day. The administrative staff is also located
here. Station #2 is located at 5209 Sunset Drive and is staffed with two
Firefighter/Paramedics 24-hours per day. Station #3 is located at 9029
Molly Lane and is staffed with two Firefighter/Paramedics 12-hours per
day. Volunteers carry pagers and
respond when they are available.
Station 1's firefighting apparatus
consists of: a 2000 American LaFrance Ladder truck 1990 Seagrave Pumper
truck, 1997 Freightliner Rescue truck and a1985 GMC Pumper truck.
Station 2's firefighting apparatus
consists of a 1990 Seagrave Pumper truck. Station 3's firefighting
apparatus consists of a 1989 Seagrave Pumper.
Regardless of location, all
apparatus are called into service when required for an incident and we
rely on assistance by adjoining fire districts and departments when
Click the red stars on the map below
to see photos of our facilities and equipment: