Fire & Emergency Medical Services (E.M.S.)

  1. New Bothell City Manager brings extensive public administration experience

    Pending approval of an employment contract by the City Council on Nov. 29, Jennifer Phillips will become the new City Manager for the City of Bothell on Jan. 17, 2017. Read on...
  2. City awarded $4.7 million T.I.B. grant for Main Street

    At its November 18 meeting, the Washington State Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) awarded the City of Bothell $4.7 million for its Main Street Enhancement Project Read on...
  3. ATF report released for Bothell Main Street Fire

    The City of Bothell received the Cause and Origin Report from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) for the Bothell Main Street Fire. Read on...
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City of Bothell Fire and E.M.S. is dedicated to safeguarding the lives, property, and environment of our community through exceptional service in education, preparedness, prevention, and response to emergency incidents.

City of Bothell and the Snohomish County Fire Protection District 10 (SCFD Number 10) have had a long standing partnership to provide the fire and emergency medical services to residents in District 10. As part of this relationship, Fire District 10 owns and maintains the Queensborough Firehouse located at 330 228th Street Southwest.

District 10 also owns 2 fire engines, 3 aid units, and a variety of other tools. Through a contract, the City provides the firefighters to staff the Queensborough Firehouse 24/7.