If you are interested in becoming a volunteer Firefighter
and/or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), download the application below.
Also see the link to our Volunteer Information Handout.
Call Lopez Island Fire & EMS at (360) 468-2991 if you have any questions or would
like to talk with someone before completing an application form.
Remit your application to:
Fire Station 41, 2228 Fisherman Bay Road, Lopez Island or
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fire Wise is a nationally recognized program to assist homeowners in
preparing their property for the unlikely event of a wildfire.
Lopez Fire and EMS will come out to your property
to give fire safety tips and help develop a plan to Fire Wise your property.
If you would like to set up a date and time for someone to visit you at your property
please call the Lopez Island Fire Dept. at (360) 468-2991
or send an email to email@example.com
Please include your name, property address, phone number,
email address and suggested dates and times.
BURN PERMIT SEASON CLOSES EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2022
Recreational Fires are Allowed-
Recreational campfires include attended fires consisting of clean,
dry firewood in an approved fire pit up to three feet in diameter surrounded
by at least three feet diameter of bare soil, gravel, or other non-flammable material.
Recreational fires should be located a safe distance from structures and have a
charged hose or 5-gallon bucket of water nearby to assist with extinguishing. Be sure
your recreational campfires are "dead out" by saturating with water
before leaving unattended.
Please note that the San Juan County Fire Marshall determines burn restrictions
and burn bans. The San Juan County Fire Marshall's address is
135 Rhone Street, Friday Harbor, WA 98250. Phone number 360-378-3473.
CONTACT THE SAN JUAN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT FOR FREE COVID VACCINE CLINIC INFORMATION -
Next Clinic on Lopez Island scheduled for October 19th -
Link below to register
Files coming soon.
We are dedicated to the preservation and protection of life, property and the environment through a team effort of public education, fire prevention, disaster preparedness and mitigation. We provide emergency fire, rescue and medical services.
We serve the community and recognize that our people and associated support resources are the key to our success. We strive to be a valued member of the community.
Our objectives are to focus on excellence in the services we provide through continuous improvement in:
(a). San Juan County Fire Protection District No. 4 is a municipal corporation of the State of Washington that protects life and property and provides fire protection and emergency medical services to its citizens. This site is intended to serve as a mechanism for communication between the public and the District on the listed topics related to the District’s purpose of providing fire protection services, emergency medical services and protecting life and property. The opinions expressed by visitors to this site do not reflect the opinions of the District. Any comments submitted to this site and any lists of users or links are public records subject to disclosure pursuant to RCW 42.56. Users recognize that there is no expectation of privacy in the use of the District’s Social Media and users are cautioned to never disclose private or confidential information on this site.
(b). Communications made on this site do not constitute official notice to the District or any District personnel. Public Record requests may not be made on this site and must be submitted directly to the District’s Public Record Officer consistent with the District’s Public Record Policy.
See the entire policy under "MORE" tab, District Policies
District Social Media shall include a prominent statement of or link to the following Public Use Guidelines:
(a). Any individual accessing, using, posting or commenting on this site accepts without limitation or qualification, the District’s Social Media Policy including but not limited to these Public Use Guidelines. The District retains the right to modify its Policies without notice and any such modification shall be effective immediately. Users of District Social Media further recognize that such use is governed by the terms of service and privacy policies of the underlying social media service provider.
(b). Any individual accessing, using, posting or commenting on this site recognizes that Social Media use is not private and that the District is subject to the Washington State Public Records Act (chapter 42.56 RCW).
(c). The District’s Social Media constitutes a limited public forum. The District monitors this site on a regular basis and reserves the right to restrict or remove any content that is deemed in violation of the District’s social media policy, these Public Use Guidelines or any applicable law. Public posts, comments or links that contain any of the following forms of content shall not be allowed:
(i). Comments not topically related to the particular article/topic being commented upon;
(ii). Uses for the purpose of assisting a campaign for election of a person to an office or for the promotion of or opposition to a ballot proposition. Such a use of District Social Media is specifically prohibited by this Policy and RCW 42.17A.555, subject to the exceptions stated therein.
(iii). Profane language or content;
(iv). Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, national origin, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation;
(v). Sexual content or links to sexual content;
(vi). Solicitations of commerce;
(vii). Conduct or encouragement of illegal activity;
(viii). Information that may tend to compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems; or
(ix). Content that violates a legal ownership interest of any other party.
(d). Any content removed based on these guidelines must be retained, including the time, date and identity of the poster when available.
We hold the taxpayers interest in high regard and are prudent and effective in the use of resources entrusted to us. These values are the foundations of this District. All staff adhere to these and model them for our community.
We respond from four strategically located fire stations:
4 Fire Engines