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Newman Lake

FIRE & RESCUE

Spokane County Fire District 13

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JR. FIRE ACADEMY
OCTOBER 7, 2023
1-4pm @ Station 1
Questions?
Email brisa@newmanlakefire.net

WE'RE COMMITTED TO SERVING YOU!

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Join Our Team!

Find out how to become a volunteer for Newman Lake Fire & Rescue

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Safety Information

Fire Prevention Tips & Info

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Outdoor Burning

Check for current rules and restrictions concerning outdoor burning

SERVICES
ABOUT

ABOUT US

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.  

 

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Daron Bement

Chief

FT Admin Firefighter/MEDIC
Bob Kolva

Volunteer Captain

Interior Firefighter/EMT
James Adams

Shift Volunteer

Recruit
Danny Christmann

Shift Volunteer

Shift Firefighter/EMT
Rob Hecker

Community Volunteer

Interior Firefighter/MEDIC
Mandie McIntosh

Volunteer Medic

Support/MEDIC
Hayden Phelps

Shift Volunteer

Recruit
Jon Umble

Shift Volunteer

Recruit
Robin Harbin

Administrative Assistant

Admin/EMT - Part Time
Jay Indelicato

Lieutenant Station 2

Interior Firefighter
Ryan Bishop

Shift Volunteer

Recruit
Victoria Ediger

Recruit

Shift Volunteer/EMT
Kasey Hendrickson

Shift Volunteer

Firefighter
Drew Nelson

Shift Volunteer

Recruit
Matt Schucker

Recruit

Community Volunteer
Carleen VanDerostyne

Community Volunteer

Interior Firefighter/AEMT
Josh Ambach

EMS Captain

FT Admin Firefighter/IV EMT
Brisa Ambach

Volunteer Coordinator

Support Firefighter
Michelle Breach

Community Volunteer

Support Firefighter/EMT
Michael Garrison Stuber

Community Volunteer

Support Firefighter
Connor Hunnel

Shift Volunteer

Recruit
Tony Orth

Community Volunteer

Recruit
Matthew Spitze

Shift Volunteer

Interior Firefighter/EMT
Dave VanDerostyne

Community Volunteer

Interior Firefighter
Jake Ambach

Administrative Captain

Interior Firefighter/MEDIC
Kelli Lemley

Community Liaison

Support Firefighter/EMT
Tanner Cassell

Shift Volunteer

Interior Firefighter/EMT
Jeremy Hayden

Recruit

Community Volunteer
Mike Jennings

Community Volunteer

Firefighter/Maintenance
Ben Peacock-Conklin

Shift Volunteer

Recruit
Jim Stevenson

Community Volunteer

Interior Firefighter/EMT
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Pumping at our live fire training

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2/22/22 Hangar Fire

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Live fire training

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New Hydrovent tool - works great

AUXILARY

AUXILIARY

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PHOTO GALLERY

PHOTO GALLERY

BOARD OF FIRE

COMMISSIONERS MEETINGS

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  • 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.

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COMMISSIONERS MEETINGS
CONTACT

CONTACT

"Serving Newman Lake with Pride"

Since 1949

Inquiries

For any inquiries, questions or commendations, please call: 509-226-1482 or fill out the following form

Contact Us

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Newman Lake Fire & Rescue
Main Office

PO Box 70 

9324 N Starr Road

Newman Lake, WA  99025

Tel: 509-226-1482

email: nlvfd@comcast.net

Daron Bement

Fire Chief

daron@newmanlakefire.net

Robin Harbin

Administrative Assistant

finance@newmanlakefire.net

Community Links

Fire & Safety Links

NLFR Tender 13-4

Our new 3000 gallon tender was delivered in early spring. It is fully equipped and in service.

Safety Tip Sheets from the National Fire Protection Association.  

Includes a wide variety of topics to increase the safety in your home, for your family, in the outdoors and in various public situations.

National Weather Service - Spokane

Keep ahead of the weather, including any weather warnings.

Northwest Interagency Coordination Center

Information about current wildfires in Washington and Orgeon.  You can view a map of the fires, and navigate to more information.

Northern Rockies Coordination Center

Information about current wildfires in Idaho and beyond.  You can view a map of the fires, and navigate to more information.

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