FIRE & RESCUE
Spokane County Fire District 13
JR. FIRE ACADEMY
OCTOBER 7, 2023
1-4pm @ Station 1
Newman Lake Fire & Rescue began in 1949 when citizens of the community had to watch the Woehrle home burn due to the lack of water to extinguish the flames. A meeting was organized after that and a fund was established to begin a fire department, the Tri-Community Grange became a sponsor. By late 1951, $2,000 had been raised to purchase a fire truck. The first fire apparatus was a 1941 Ford Pumper with a 500 gallon tank purchased from Spokane Valley Fire District #1.
Volunteer labor (over 200 man hours) built the first fire station at Cherokee Landing. The station contained a bell, siren and small wood stove.
FT Admin Firefighter/MEDIC
Admin/EMT - Part Time
Lieutenant Station 2
FT Admin Firefighter/IV EMT
Michael Garrison Stuber
Pumping at our live fire training
2/22/22 Hangar Fire
Live fire training
New Hydrovent tool - works great
BOARD OF FIRE
Training Complex and Storage building nearly completed and under budget.
Open House was a success.
Planning for the next Open House in conjunction with the T-shirt and Hotdog Sale - July 2nd.
Presenting resolution to the county for a 6-year Levy Lid Lift beginning in 2023.
Approved brush truck retrofit.
Approved hiring of new firefighters.
"Serving Newman Lake with Pride"
For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please call: 509-226-1482 or fill out the following form
Newman Lake Fire & Rescue
PO Box 70
9324 N Starr Road
Newman Lake, WA 99025
Fire & Safety Links
NLFR Tender 13-4
Our new 3000 gallon tender was delivered in early spring. It is fully equipped and in service.
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