We’re committed to serving you
The Newman Lake Fire & Rescue is a Spokane County Fire District 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 and a Finance Officer. Our twenty-three square mile district contains two unmanned stations; Station 1 West of Starr on West Newman Lake Drive and Station 2 at the intersection of Muzzy, West Newman Lake Drive and Thompson Creek Roads.
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"
Spokane County Fire District 13
The Newman Lake Fire and Rescue (NLFR) Board of Commissioners is planning to put a bond on the ballot in April 2014 in order to replace our aging fire station. A $2.25 million bond in 2011 to build a new fire station did not receive the required super-majority approval and therefore failed. The current bond proposal is significantly different and reduces the bond to approximately $1.1 million. The cost to taxpayers would be approximately $31 per year per $100,000 assessed value. The term of the bond would be 20 years.
As always, we appreciate the support the Newman Lake residents give to their fire department. We want to be able to continue and improve the level of service we provide for you.
Newman Lake Fire & Rescue Bond