City Services

Fire and E.M.S.

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 #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 SW.  District 10 also owns two fire engines, three aid units, and a variety of other tools.  Through a contract, the City provides the firefighters to staff the Queensborough Firehouse 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. 

  • Mobile Home Fire in Bothell
    5/5/2016

    Bothell, Wash. – At approximately 10:30 p.m. last night, crews from the City of Bothell Fire and E.M.S., Woodinville Fire & Rescue, Shoreline Fire Department and  Snohomish County Fire District #7 responded to a residential mobile home fire located at 12810 NE 199th Street in the Holly Hills neighborhood of Bothell.

    Upon arrival, crews found the structure fully involved, with heavy smoke and flames coming from the back side of the home.  Firefighters made a fast attack to contain the flames and to prevent any extension to surrounding homes.

    Three adults and one child were able to evacuate before fire crews arrived. The family was displaced from their home due to extensive fire and smoke damage.  The American Red Cross responded to the scene to assist with the immediate housing needs.

     

    The structure is expected to be a total loss.  The fire has been determined to be accidental, with the exact cause still under investigation.

     

    The City of Bothell Fire and E.M.S. strongly urges everyone to practice home escape routes frequently and identify a meeting place outside.  Additionally, practice crawling low to the ground when escaping a fire. The number one killer in residential fires is smoke inhalation.  Protect your family by having several working smoke alarms installed in your home and check the batteries at least twice a year.

    Contact:

    Kirsten Clemens
    Bothell Fire and E.M.S.
    (425) 806-6106
    kirsten.clemens@bothellwa.gov

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Media Contacts - Public Safety

Fire Department
Lisa Allen
Public Educator/Public Information Officer
lisa.allen@bothellwa.gov
425.806.6261

Kirsten Clemens
Public Educator/Public Information Officer
kirsten.clemens@bothellwa.gov
425.806.6260

Fire Marshal's Office Contact (click here)

Police Department
Denise Langford
Captain/Public Information Officer
denise.langford@bothellwa.gov
425.486.1254

For non-public safety media inquiries
Barbara Ramey, ABC
Communications Officer
Barbara.Ramey@bothellwa.gov
425.806.6799