HomeAbout UsVolunteerCommissionersSafety Info.Outdoor Burning
New Fire Station InfoLinksTestimonialsPhoto GalleryAuxiliaryContact Us

We’re committed to serving you
Newman Lake Fire & Rescue is Fire District 13 of Spokane County. We are staffed by 25 volunteer firefighters who are governed by the same state and federal regulations as paid departments. We are governed by a board of elected commissioners and employ a Chief, a Deputy Chief, a Captain and a Vehicle Maintenance Officer. Our twenty-three square mile district contains three unmanned stations: Station # at the corner of Starr and Moffat; Station 2 at the intersection of Muzzy, West Newman Lake Drive and Thompson Creek Roads; and our former Station, West of Starr on West Newman Lake Drive.    

To find out more -- check out our"About Us" page. 
Call Us Today!  509-226-1482
To Safely Serve Our Community by Protecting and Preserving Life and Property.

Newman Lake Fire & Rescue - PO Box 70, Newman Lake, WA 99025     Phone:  509-226-1482

"Serving Newman Lake with Pride"
Since 1949
Spokane County Fire District 13

Spokane County Fire District No. 13
Upcoming Meetings

Commissioners' Meeting
Monday, October 17, 2016
1 PM

Fire Station 1
9324 N Starr Road

All Meetings are Open to the Public
Captain Kim Stanley, Chief Keith Yamane, Deputy Chief Toni Halloran Fire Station Dedication 3/19/16
Burning Restrictions Lifted as of 10/3/16

With major fire potential forecasting returning to “normal” or “minimal” levels, Burning Restrictions which went into effect July 29th, 2016 are officially lifted within the unincorporated areas of Spokane County as of today, October 3rd, 2016. 
Residents may resume outdoor burning activities and the use of outdoor recreational fire pits, campfire rings/bowls, portable outdoor fire places. The cities of Spokane and Spokane Valley are similarly lifting burn restrictions in this coordinated effort.

Note: Burning may be temporarily restricted by Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency due to increasing fine particle (smoke) levels and air stagnation. 

Check current status at https://www.spokanecleanair.org/current-burning-conditions

For additional information, or questions please contact Spokane County Building and Planning by calling: (509) 477-3675, or by visiting the website: