It’s not a question of “if” but “when” the next major wildfire will occur. Learn how to protect your property.
We are currently accepting applications to establish a hiring list and have one vacant position to fill. Find out more below.
Learn what we are doing to better protect, serve, and educate our community.
For more information about COVID-19 and the current health recommendations, please go to the KCPH link below:
The Kittitas County EMS Division will be hosting a variety of Babysitter safety, CPR, and Stop The Bleed classes throughout the year. Please visit Kittitas County EMS to register!
Receive text alerts about closures and delays on Snoqualmie Pass by texting the number 468311 with the words “WSDOT Snoqualmie“
KCFD#7 is a beneficiary of a local nonprofit 501 (c3) organization, Life Support. Life Support’s mission is to overcome regional challenges and raise critical funds to enhance the Fire and Emergency Medical Services. KCFD#7 is grateful for Life Support and its donor’s generosity. From (2) rescue trucks, (3) fire stations, 100′ Aerial Ladder Truck (L761), extrication and medical equipment, PPE and Wildland turnout gear, Technical Rescue training courses, LifePak 15 Cardiac Monitor, (2) sets of Holmatro battery-powered extrication tools and so much more. Life Support has been instrumental in helping us increase and improve our services.