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Welcome to Snohomish County Fire District 15

Welcome!

Thank you for taking the time to visit the Tulalip Bay Fire Department's official web page. In our quest to better serve the citizens and visitors of our community, we have valuable information here on our webpage. We are providing this web page so that you can become more familiar with your fire department and who we are. Please take a moment to browse the following pages to learn more about the department and the services we provide.

On behalf of the Board of Commissioners, Chiefs and the dedicated men and women that make up the Tulalip Bay Fire Department, we hope your visit is enjoyable and informative. So that we can respond to your needs, your feedback is encouraged. Please email your feedback to the website administrator. Thank you.

Latest at Tulalip Bay Fire Department

A Message from the Chief

A Message from the Chief

To our Tulalip Bay Fire Community: Thank you for the hard work many of you have put into keeping your family, neighbors, and first responders safe. Every act, from washing your hands and maintaining 6-feet of distance, to wearing a mask during store visits and limiting those trips, helps save lives. We are facing unprecedented […]
Regular Meeting Notice

Regular Meeting Notice

The regular meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Tulalip Bay Fire Department-Snohomish County Fire District #15 is scheduled for Friday, May 15, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. The meeting will be held online due to concerns regarding Covid-19. The public is welcome to log on to Bluejeans.com and enter meeting ID # 338 […]
RELEASE: The Tulalip Tribes and Tulalip Bay Fire Department purchase backup emergency aid car to combat Coronavirus

RELEASE: The Tulalip Tribes and Tulalip Bay Fire Department purchase backup emergency aid car to combat Coronavirus

Tulalip, Wash – The Tulalip Tribes and Tulalip Bay Fire Department have partnered to purchase a backup emergency aid car and add additional staff. The Department saw a need to spool up resources in order to meet the growing need for reliable fire and emergency medical services during the fight against the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. […]
A message from your Snohomish County Fire Chiefs

A message from your Snohomish County Fire Chiefs

"While we're out there working hard for you, we ask that you do something for us... Stay home. A message from your Snohomish County Fire Chiefs: "While we're out there working hard for you, we ask that you do something for us ..."#StayHome @SouthSnoFire @SnoCountyFire7 @Marysville_Fire @skyvalleyfire @BothellFire @TulalipF @NCountyFireEMS @Arlingtonfire @CamanoFire pic.twitter.com/XaY0WzQpt8 — Everett […]
Cloth Mask Donations

Cloth Mask Donations

Communities throughout Snohomish County are teaming up to help collect masks and distribute them locally. If you are making cloth masks to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus, you can drop them off with the City of Marysville at City Hall, 1049 State Ave. between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. […]
Financial Resources for Washingtonians

Financial Resources for Washingtonians

The State of Washington Department of Financial Institutions has developed a list of financial resources for Washington consumers impacted by coronavirus. Visit www.dfi.wa.gov/coronavirus for details about unemployment and mortgage assistance, paying student loans, rent and credit cards, Cash, food, medical and utilities assistance​, short term and emergency loans, and much more. #StayHomeStayHealthy
911 for emergencies only

911 for emergencies only

REMEMBER: Use 911 for emergencies only. Please do not call 911 with questions or concerns about the state’s stay-at-home order. You can learn about what’s open and closed, and find other information and resources at https://coronavirus.wa.gov/whats-open-and-closed. Stay home. Stay healthy.
First Responders - Fighting the Spread

First Responders - Fighting the Spread

Your first responders are fighting the spread! This starts with our dispatchers who ask callers whether the patient has a fever, cough or respiratory symptom — the potential signs of coronavirus. When responding to a call, our first responders ask key questions related to COVID-19 prior to entering the home and providing care. They will […]
All of us have to be leaders

All of us have to be leaders

"We have a strong and robust team across the state of Washington dedicated to beating the spread of the COVID-19 Virus. If we’re going to beat it, all of us have to be engaged. All of us have to be leaders." - Washington Governor Jay Inslee. Learn more at www.coronavirus.wa.gov. Stay home. Stay healthy.
Safety Tips

Safety Tips

Keep up the good work! Remember: Wash your hands often and for at least 20 seconds. Clean and disinfect common areas, as well as objects like your phone and electronics. Avoid touching your face and if you do, wash your hands immediately after. And stay home, and stay healthy.
Symptoms?

Symptoms?

If you think you have been exposed to COVID‑19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, CALL YOUR HEALTH PROVIDER FIRST. They have triage nurses who can speak to you over the phone and provide assistance. Be safe. Stay home. Stay healthy.
Check In On Your Elders

Check In On Your Elders

"We are who we are because of the people who raised us,” U.S. Representative Deb Haaland. Remember to check in on your parents, grandparents, aunties and uncles! Provide your loved ones with a device, such as a cellphone or an iPad, in order to communicate over video calls, for example, and make two to three of […]
What Does It Mean To Stay Home?

What Does It Mean To Stay Home?

Go for walks, check your mailbox, and sit in the sunshine. Just remember to stay at least six feet away from others, avoid travel, and avoid crowds. Cancel or postpone any plans that involve traveling or being around people. If you have to go out, carry hand sanitizer or disinfecting wipes, stay at least six […]
Stay Home. Stay Healthy.

Stay Home. Stay Healthy.

We can do this, Tulalip! It’s time to stay home and stay healthy. Tulalip Bay Fire stands with you to make sure each and every one of us has the resources and information needed to make it through this outbreak.
TULALIP BAY FIRE Challenges the seattle stair climb again!

TULALIP BAY FIRE Challenges the seattle stair climb again!

We are proud support our Tulalip Bay Firefighters as they take on the task of climbing the Columbia Tower in Seattle to help raise money and awareness for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This is a great cause and we are all excited to help in the effort of finding a cure and representing our community […]
Tulalip Bay Fire Department puts levy on Feb. 11 ballot

Tulalip Bay Fire Department puts levy on Feb. 11 ballot

Click Here for more information on the levy lid lift.

Contact Info

Tulalip Bay Fire Department
Snohomish County Fire Protection District #15

7812 Waterworks Road
Tulalip, WA 98271
Phone: (360) 659-2416
Fax: (360) 653-7387

CALL 911 for EMERGENCIES


Burn Ban Status

BURN BAN  Lifted
September 12, 2019


Special Notices

Regular Meeting Notice


Employment

The Tulalip Bay Fire Department accepts applications for Part-Time Firefighters year round, please click here to download the application.
For Questions contact Firefighter Dinneen


Real-time 911 Dispatch

Snohomish County Fire District #15 Recent Alarms

Snohomish County 911 is a regional public safety communications center that receives law enforcement, fire and medical 9-1-1 calls for the Snohomish County jurisdictions.  Highly trained and dedicated professionals are available 24x7x365 to respond to the public’s needs using state of the art technology which supports the public safety agencies of Snohomish County. We've enabled this feed with the intention to provide transparency and clarity to day to day operations of your Tulalip Bay Fire Department.

TULALIP BAY FIRE DEPARTMENT
Snohomish County Fire Protection District 15

7812 Waterworks Road
Tulalip, WA 98271

Phone: (360) 659-2416
Fax: (360) 653-7387

Office Hours

8AM - 5PM
Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

Firefighters are on duty 24/7 and may be out on a emergency call. If no one answers the door please come back later or dial 911 to report an emergency.

Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Tulalip Bay Fire Department to foster community relations through unwavering service and protection of life and property under the foundation of our core values.
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