Fall City Fire Dept. invites community to town hall meeting

Town hall meeting with Fall City Fire Dept. scheduled for July 24

  • Monday, July 23, 2018 8:30am
  • News

Residents and business owners of Fall City are invited to meet with Fire District Commissioners and discuss options under consideration to improve the fire district’s financial sustainability and service levels.

The meeting will feature a presentation on the following options that the Board of Commissioners are considering:

• Continuing as an Independent Fire District

• Merging with King County Fire District 10

• Cooperative arrangement with the City of Snoqualmie

For additional information on the options listed go to www.king27fire.com or call 425-222-5841 and ask for Chief Connor. Comments can also be emailed to commissioners@king27fire.com

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