I-98 Tri-Med EMTs

With headquarters located in Kent, Washington, Tri-Med fulfills its mission to providing dependable medical transportation services to communities throughout the western region. Tri-Med was founded in 1995 to provide shorter response times and compassionate care to ensure the well-being of our community.

3628 Yelm Union Fire Fighters

Yelm Union Fire Fighters cover the cities of Yelm, Rainier, and surrounding unincorporated areas. We have 19 full-time career members that work out of the Yelm and Rainier Stations. All our members are Fire and EMS trained.

3825 Thurston County Professional Fire Fighters

The Thurston County Professional Firefighters are members of IAFF Local 3825. Our local represents the Career Firefighters and Line Officers that operate within the four Fire Districts that protect the entire west side of Thurston County. Those Fire Districts include West Thurston Regional Fire Authority, East Olympia Fire District #6, McLane Black Lake Fire District #9,...

0726 Pierce County Professional Firefighters

The Pierce County Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 726 represents professional firefighters from 3 different fire districts. Pierce County Fire District 6 “Central Pierce”, Pierce County Fire District 21 “Graham Fire”, and Pierce County Fire District 17 “South Pierce”. Between those three departments we represent approximately 360 paid firefighters. We are proud to service the...

1488 West Pierce Fire Fighters

Local 1488 and West Pierce Fire & Rescue have a long tradition of what we like to call “Partners in Service.” While this can mean many things, the essence of it is that we have long recognized that labor and management should work together to provide the best service to both our “internal” and...

0468 Olympia Firefighters

Olympia Fire Department is the oldest, organized Fire Department in Washington State. Founded in 1858, after merging Columbia Engine Company and Barnes Hook & Ladder Company of the 1850s. Today, your Olympia Firefighters still proudly serve and ensure the safety of citizens and visitors to the Washington State Capital City, over 160 years later.