Lewis County Fire District 2 currently has twenty-six 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.
Spring Forward, Review Safety Checklist
2019 Volunteer Appreciation Dinner.
February 2nd 2019- Parkers Restaurant -Castle Rock
Oregon's Pilot Association: Toys For Tots
Oregon's Pilot Association flew into the Toledo Airport to meet the Toledo Fire Department with a total of five planes with toys aboard to disperse among children in need in our area this year!
October is Fire Prevention Month!
Fire Safety Smoke House came to visit the 1st-5th graders on
The students learned how to check for a hot door during a house fire, how to exit there bedroom through the window and to have a safe meeting place.
10/17/2018 Kindergarten School Tours went great!
Outdoor Burning Info
UPDATE: Effective 12:01 a.m., October 8, 2018, there are no burn restrictions in place. The burning of garbage, paper, or other refuse is strictly prohibited at all times.
You may obtain additional information at www.lewiscountywa.gov/communitydevelopment or by calling the 24 Hour Automated Information Line at 360-740-1133.
ALERT — Lewis County Fire District #2 does not recommend nor endorse any private home safety companies.
Lewis County Fire District #2 does not phone solicit for funds to support your local fire department.
First Aid / CPR Class
Please check back in the fall.
January 2019 Dist 2 Call Statistics
Jan - Dec. 2018 Dist 2 Call Statistics
Lewis County has a new alert system replacing CodeRed, to register please click on Lewis County ALERT above.
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