1. Our Mission
    Our Mission
    To provide the highest level of protection to life and property, and promote community safety through the extension of fire prevention, fire suppression, medical rescue and public education services, consistent with the prudent utilization of public funds.
  2. Our Goals
    Our Goals
    - To be a resource for the latest fire and medical safety information, to keep our community safe. - To pursue excellence in all we do, through continuous training and education. - To proudly serve the people of Orcas Island, Washington.
  3. Our Lifestyle
    Our Lifestyle
    We provide 24-hour emergency fire prevention and suppression, along with emergency medical services (advanced life support) to the entire Orcas Island community.
New record set:
 
Orcas Island Fire and Rescue has set a new call volume record for a three-day stretch of 31 requests for service. The previous record, over a four-day stretch was for 32 requests for service.  However, the distinction for the four-day stretch was that only one medic, Patrick Shepler with volunteer crews handled all the calls. Five FireMedics and their volunteer counterparts staffed our new three-day record over the Fourth of July weekend.
  
Chief's Report
Weekly Update
Smoke Haze
The smoke haze currently covering Orcas Island is the aftermath of over 69+ fires in British Columbia, as well as a fire on Portage Island. We recommend people with allergies to smoke or asthma please stay inside as much as possible.

Total
Run
Count

557

King 
County 
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