Snohomish County Fire Protection District #15 is governed by a board of three commissioners elected to serve six year terms.
These community members are responsible for defining the fire district’s long-term vision and for adopting the budget and policies to be implemented by administrative staff.
The Fire Commissioner’s Handbook is published by the Washington State Fire Commissioner’s Association.
The public is welcome to attend the Snohomish County Fire District #15 Fire Commissioner Meetings. The Regular Commissioner Meetings are scheduled for the third Monday of every month at 10:30 am.
These meetings generally take place at the Tulalip Administration Building 6406 Marine Drive, Tulalip, WA 98271.
Dates, times and location can be confirmed by calling the station (360) 659-2416.
Commissioner Sherman represents you as your Tulalip Bay Fire Department/Snohomish County Fire District 15 Commissioner in position #3.
I grew up in Marysville and Tulalip WA. I am a Marysville Pilchuck H.S. graduate. I started my fire service journey in 1993 at TBFD/SCFD 15. Since then, I have volunteered/part time as a firefighter for three counties and one city fire departments. I am currently working full time for South Snohomish County Fire and Rescue Regional Fire Authority “South County Fire”, where I’ve been employed since 2006 as a FF/EMT. In addition to years in the fire service, I spent a decade in law enforcement. I have volunteered/worked for the City of Cashmere WA as an assistant to Mayor Jeff Gomes. Years later, I was appointed by the city council to the position of City Council position #5. I worked as Assistant Chief in 2016 at TBFD until the position was no longer needed. In closing, I thank you for allowing me to serve you and our community as your Commissioner.
Marlin Fryberg is a well-respected Tribal Leader/Entrepreneur and Native American Business Owner, with decades of experience that addresses the interrelated issues in and around Indian Country. He has served as President of the Quil Ceda Village Council, Chairman of Services and Business Committee of the Tulalip Tribes, Vice Chairman on the Tulalip Tribal Council, served on the Snohomish County Boys and Girls Club Board and as a delegate for the National Congress of American Indians and on the National Indian Gaming Association. Mr. Fryberg is actively involved in his Native Culture and gives back to the community as a Coach/Mentor to community youth. Marlin served the community as a fire commissioner for the last 15 years.
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