Summer 2022 pulse is now out!
STAGE ONE BURN BAN EFFECTIVE AUGUST 5TH, 2022 AT MIDNIGHT
The Kitsap County Fire Marshal announces implementing a stage one ban on outdoor burning effective midnight, Friday, August 5th. Under a stage one ban on outdoor burning, all burning permits are suspended, and outdoor burning is prohibited except for recreational fires in approved appliances and locations and in state or federal campgrounds where allowed. Recreational burning includes small outdoor fires less than three feet in diameter used for personal recreation, cooking, religious or similar purposes in established fire pits, fireplaces our outdoor appliances.
Our vision is to build upon the community’s trust in us to protect their family, neighbors, and property as we would our own.
Fire CARES is the Poulsbo Fire Department‘s Mobile Integrated Health Response Unit. Launched January 2021 as a partnership between the Poulsbo Fire Department, the City of Poulsbo, and Olympic Peninsula Community Clinic, CARES responds to individuals struggling with behavioral health issues and helps them navigate the situation—whether they need medical attention, mental health care, substance use disorder services, or other kinds of care.
Fire Prevention is a critical part of preventing fires from occurring and limiting the harm caused by fires that occur.
We provide fire suppression to the communities of Poulsbo, Keyport, Port Gamble, and surrounding unincorporated communities.
Emergency Medical Services
We provide Emergency Medical Services (EMS), sometimes known as ambulance services or paramedic services.
Blood Pressure Checks
The Poulsbo Fire Department is happy to provide free blood pressure checks at all our stations, no appointment is needed.
The Poulsbo Fire Department provides technical rescue services to the community served as well as to the entire region as a contributing agency in the Kitsap County Technical Rescue Team and the Washington State Region 2 Technical Rescue Task Force.
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Burn permits are free and can be filled out online by creating an account with Community Connect.