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

  1. City Hall earns LEED Gold designation

    Bothell’s City Hall, open since fall 2015 in a new building downtown, has received recognition as a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold building. Read on...
  2. Roadway striping begins June 19

    Starting the week of June 19, crews will refresh the roadway pavement markings throughout the City. The work will take two to three weeks to complete, depending on weather conditions. Read on...
  3. CPR and AED saves man at 24 Hour Fitness in Bothell

    Doug Rough is living proof that knowing CPR and how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), saves lives. 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.