Lewis County Fire District 2 currently has twenty-two volunteers, who donate their time to serve the citizens of Toledo and outlaying areas. Lewis County Fire District 2 extends over ninety-eight square miles and is inhabited by approximately 4,500 residences.
Toledo Fire District Makes Plea for More Volunteers
March 24, 2017 - Reported by: The Chronicle
Training: January 21, 2017
Outdoor Burning Info
There are no current burn restrictions in place. The burning of garbage, paper, or other refuse is strictly prohibited at all times. For further information please contact Doyle Sanford, Lewis County Building Official/Fire Marshal at (360) 740-1146.
If you wish to burn for any reason, you need to obtain a burn permit. http://burnpermit.lewiscountywa.gov/
Please fill out the form in the link above and proceed to read and accept the burn permit agreement to print your burn permit.
This Permit is a winter permit, and is valid until June 30, 2017
First Aid / CPR Class
Please check back in the fall
March 2017 Call Statistics FIRE EMS CANCELLED OTHER
1 38 3 3
The best way to minimize the effects of flooding is to become aware of the risks, make a plan, and be prepared to put that plan into action before the emergency level is reached. Awareness and preparedness go hand-in-hand. Download the file below for more information.
CURRENT RIVER LEVELS
Lewis County has a new alert system replacing CodeRed, to register please click on Lewis County ALERT above.
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