Firefighter Visits

Basic Information for all Firefighter Visits

  • Firefighter visits must be scheduled at least four weeks in advance.
  • Firefighter visits can last up to 45 minutes.
  • Firefighter visits include:
    • station tour (with option A)
    • engine tour
    • firefighter gear demonstration
    • "What's Hot, What's Not" box for kindergarten and preschool groups
    • The opportunity to take a group picture in front of the fire engine.
  • Only one visit per day, per fire station can be scheduled. If you have more than one group, you will need to submit a separate registration form for each group and their visits will need to be scheduled on different days.
  • Visits may not be scheduled earlier than 10:00 AM.
  • The firefighter visit may be cancelled at the last minute with no notification due to emergency response.

Firefighter Visit Options

You may choose Option A or Option B. You cannot select both options. Be sure to select the option that is most appropriate for your group.

Option A - Visit a Fire Station

  • Maximum number of participants is 30 (includes chaperones)
  • Requires 1 chaperone for every 5 children. Fire stations are active places for firefighter work. This must be kept in mind when touring the station. Appropriate ratios of children to chaperones are required.
  • The tour is only for the children in the preschool/daycare group (i.e. no siblings or other children).

Option B - Firefighters Visit Your Facility

  • The Facility MUST be within the boundaries of Fire District 6. To view a map of the District's boundaries, Click Here.
  • Minimum group size is 15.
  • A parking area must be provided where the fire engine can get in and out quickly in the event of an emergency.
  • An adequate number of chaperones must be present to quickly clear children from the fire engine if there is an emergency.
  • The tour is only for the children of the school group (i.e. no siblings or other children). For additional information about a fire station tour, please call 360-576-1195 or email the Public Education Coordinator.

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