Newman Lake

FIRE & RESCUE

Spokane County Fire District 13

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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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2017

RESPONDERS OF THE YEAR

Jim Stevenson &

Charleen VanDerostyne

2017

VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR

Kelli Lemley

2018

RESPONDERS OF THE YEAR

Charleen VanDerostyne

2018

VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR

Michael Garrison Stuber

 
 

BOARD OF FIRE

COMMISSIONERS MEETINGS

 
 

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

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Welcome!

Elidreia Grace Beeman

Born February 11, 2021

at 2:59 pm

 

Congratulations to parents 

Elijah & Alethia!

 

Elidreia is the first baby born at Newman Lake Fire & Rescue's new Station 1. 

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

Chief Stan Cooke

stan@newmanlakefire.net

Deputy Chief Kim Stanley

kim@newmanlakefire.net

Robin Harbin

Administrative Assistant

finance@newmanlakefire.net

Community Links

Fire & Safety Links

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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