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The Snohomish County Fire Marshal is responsible to assure fire and life safety and to reduce the risk of fire loss to the lives and property of the citizens of Snohomish County. The Fire Marshal represents a vital communication link between the fire districts, county and state government.
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The Arlington Fire Department does not currently offer ongoing CPR / First Aid classes. Consider checking with Fire District 19 at 360-652-8277, Fire District 21 at 360-435-3311, Red Cross Snohomish County at 425-252-4103 or Bee Safe Education & Training at 360-658-1787.
The City of Arlington Fire Department is available to assist citizens in maintaining a healthy heart by offering free blood pressure screenings. Residents may stop by any one of our three fire stations during normal working hours throughout the year for a screening by one of the staff. Availability of staff is dependent upon call volume.
Our stations are located at:
Fire reports can be obtained by filling out a public records request.
The Fire Safety Council has very detailed information about creating a fire plan. You can get that information on the Fire Safety Council website.
Burn Permits are required and issued by the Office of the County Fire Marshal and participating local fire districts for residential burning. Permits will be issued outside the Urban Growth Areas (UGA) that are located outside of the established no-burn zones and are within fire protection districts of unincorporated Snohomish County.