Two-thirds of home fire deaths result from broken smoke alarms. Check your smoke alarms when you change the clock. Press and hold – you should hear a loud beep if it is good. #IAFF #IAFFSafetyTips

Make sure this summer leaves nothing but fun memories. Create safety rules for the whole family. #IAFFsafetytips

South King Fire & Rescue honor guard holds a private ceremony to honor the fallen.

The memorial remains open to the public at Station 64 for those that wish to stop by to pay their respect.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual 9/11 ceremony at South King Fire & Rescue Station 64 has been taken online.

Special thanks to Captain Anthony John and those that assisted in the creation of this video.

South King Fire & Rescue Community Affairs Office has created a video to inform the community on COVID-19 responses, including the men and women responding to these emergencies.

Effective immediately all South King Fire & Rescue personnel are required to wear face-covering while on duty. This policy change is in response to recent CDC and IAFF recommendations that indicate that the use of face coverings can help in settings where social distancing is difficult to maintain. The face-covering must be worn while in public, in the common areas of the station, in apparatus and staff vehicles when riding with coworkers, or anytime that it would be difficult or impossible to maintain the approved social distancing practice of six feet.

It is time for the 6th annual 7th District New Fire Fighters Conference to be held in Kennewick, Washington and the date is fast approaching.  The event is scheduled for May 14-16.  The event  promises to share knowledge of the IAFF, 7th District, State Associations, Politics, Health & Safety and the big picture of Labor and its role in leveling the playing field for those that trade their sweat and education for a wage.  Premium speakers will get new members motivated to give back to the Union that has provided so much to them and US.