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05-17-18 Early Morning Brush Fire

Chelan Fire and Rescue responded to an early morning brush fire…

Structure Protection Training

Volunteer Firefighter Recruits from Chelan Fire and Rescue, Entiat…

Congratulation Firefighter/EMT's Marco Aurilio and Joe Cox

Congratulation to Firefighter/EMT Marco Aurilio and Joe Cox on…
Live Fire Training - Nov 16, 2019

5th Wheel Camper Trailer Fire

Chelan Fire and Rescue responded to a 5th wheel camper trailer…

Congratulations Firefighter/EMT's Tyee Zacher and Steve Saugen on your promotion

Congratulation to Firefighter/EMT's Tyee Zacher and Steve Saugen…

Congratulations Firefighter Rains On Your Promotion

Congratulation to Firefighter/EMT Taylor Rain on successfully…

New Assistant Fire Chief Brandon Asher

Help us welcome new Assistant Fire Chief of Volunteer Services…

Occupant Rescued in Union Valley House Fire

On December 26, 2017 Chelan Fire and Rescue responded to Wheatland…

Quick Response - Grandview Fire

Quick Response by Chelan Fire and Rescue Firefighters stops what…

Vehicle Fire Training

Chelan Fire and Rescue welcomes Firefighter/EMT

Please join Chelan Fire and Rescue in welcoming Firefighter/EMT…

11-08-2017 Structure Fire

Good job to all involved (CF&R, CCFPD 5, DCFPD 4), strong…

Chelan Fire and Rescue Receives 1st place

Chelan Fire and Rescue Received 1st place in the Washington State…

911 Memorial In Cashmere WA

Representing Chelan Fire and Rescue at the 2017 911 Memorial…

Drowning Incident

Chelan County Sheriff's Office Immediate Release: On 6/20/17…

Commercial fire - 60 SR150

03/21/2017 at 0824 hours, Chelan Fire and Rescue’s (CFR) Engine…

Chelan Fire and Rescue Hires New Firefighters

Chelan Fire and Rescue welcomes six new Firefighter/EMT’s to…

DONATION TO VFW

Firefighter Jake Hepper, presented VFW Commander Serafini a check…

Dear Chelan Residents:

Chelan Fire and Rescue plans to perform live fire training at the structure located at 305 N. Emerson on November 16th, 2019 from 0800-1800 hrs.  The purpose of this exercise is to provide training to your firefighters under realistic conditions.  These exercises allow us to maintain our skills at an optimum level, helping to assure that we are ready when a real fire emergency occurs. 

This exercise will be controlled.  We have planned additional resources to help ensure that this training is conducted safely; both for our personnel, and for the safety and property protection of others.

We will be constantly monitoring the wind conditions and the effect that this exercise may have on the residents in the area.  We request that you keep your windows closed and to notify us if you feel smoke is getting into your house.  It is also recommended to keep pets indoors. 

You are welcome to watch and take pictures on the day of the burn.  There will be an area set up specifically for those wishing to observe the training.

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding this exercise, please contact me at Station 71 or call (509)682-4476. 

This training is designed with you in mind.  A live fire exercise is the best type of training that we can provide your firefighters. 

Sincerely,

Brandon Asher

Assistant Fire Chief