Fall City Fire Department considers future options

Fall City will hold an open house on June 18 from 6 to 8 p.m.

  • Tuesday, June 12, 2018 2:43pm
  • Life

The commissioners of King County Fire District 27 are seeking public input on options being considered to improve the District’s financial sustainability and service delivery.

Residents and business owners served by the fire district are invited to an open house at 4301 334th Place SE in Fall City, to learn about these options and provide feedback.

Options Include, continuing as a stand-alone Fire District, Joining Eastside Fire and Rescue as a Partner, Merging with King County Fire District 10, and Cooperative arrangement with the city of Snoqualmie. For additional information, locals can call 425-222-5841, visit www.king27fire.com or email king27@king27fire.com.

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