Kitsap County is home to South Kitsap Fire & Rescue and Central Kitsap Fire-Rescue. Both Fire departments have a variety of programs and resources available to the public. They are dedicated to preserve and protect the life, property, and the environment of Kitsap County.
Kitsap County Fire Department is comprised of 16 stations and is also known as South Kitsap Fire & Rescue. The district serves a population of over 82,000 citizens and the settings for these stations include waterfront, suburban, and rural communities. Altogether, these small communities and neighborhoods encompass 150 square miles is governed by a Board of elected Fire Commissioners.
The Headquarters station, located in the Orchard Heights neighborhood, is the central office for the districts Administrative Division and Management Team. The Fire Chief and Deputy Chief spearhead the overall operations of the district. South Kitsap Fire & Rescue maintains a career staff of 56 and also utilizes over 75 Volunteer Firefighters and 36 Volunteer Resident Firefighters. South Kitsap Fire & Rescue's Support Services Division encompasses Physical Resources, Prevention, Human Resources and Administrative Services. Physical Resources include equipping, supplying, and maintaining all district facilities; purchasing and maintaining over 60 pieces of emergency and staff vehicles; and providing tools, equipment, and uniforms for all of our members.
South Kitsap Fire & Rescue
1974 Fircrest Dr. SE.
Port Orchard, WA. 98366
Phone: (360) 871-2411
Central Kitsap Fire-Rescue -CKFR Administration Building
5300 NW Newberry Hill Road, Suite 101
Silverdale, WA 98383