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King County Fire District 20

Proudly Serving the West Hill Community since 1943


Firefighters and emergency responders from Skyway Fire (KCFD 20) @tukwilafd Renton Regional Fire Authority @kcmedicone responded to a fire in an unoccupied house located in the 7600blk of S 135th St. This is the same house that burned on February 19, 2019. Upon arrival firefighters encountered heavy fire coming from the upper floors of the abandoned home and initially fought fire from the exterior before they made their way into the building for final knockdown. Crews are in the mop-up stage now while @kcsheriff Fire Investigators are looking for the cause. Thankfully there were no injuries and crews can go home safe to their families after working on Thanksgiving. ... See MoreSee Less

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This Thanksgiving we are thankful to work in a community that is diverse, welcoming, and full of hope. We want you and your family have a great day that is filled with joy and happiness. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Volunteer Firefighter

When it comes to actual firefighting experience, the volunteers at King 20 are not the hose-rollers or the clean-up crew. From the start of your very first shift, you’ll be riding in the jump seat, which means you’re on the nozzle and it’s your job to put the fire out. In fact, several of our volunteers have had to fight a fire on the first night of their first shift.

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Interested in CERT Training?

King County Fire District 20 conducts periodic CERT basic courses. The fundamental classes will be taught on weekday evenings with one final training taking place on a weekend. To learn more about the upcoming CERT course please complete the form below.

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