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Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue 

Fire Stations

Station 41 - Meadowdale
Station 42 - Island Lake
Station 44 - Tracyton
Station 45 - North Perry
Station 51 - Silverdale
Station 52 - Olympic View
Station 53 - Seabeck
Station 54 - Hintzville
Station 55 - Lake Tahuyeh
Station 56 - Seabeck/Nicholas
CKFR Administration Building
Station 64 - Chico
Station 65 - Wildcat Lake

Find a Fire Station Using the CKFR District Map
View a map of the Central Kitsap Fire District boundaries and fire station locations. From the map, click on a fire station to view information about it.

CKFR Overview
CKFR, located in the central portion of the County, is one of the largest fire service providers in Kitsap County. Within its boundaries and contracted areas CKFR provides Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) response to approximately 115 square miles of land and serves a population of 68,716 citizens. In addition, CKFR is the County's fastest growing fire agency as a result of a series of mergers, consolidations and contracts for fire and EMS protection services. Because of its peninsula type layout, CKFR has 40 miles of tidal waterfront with adjacent saltwater area plus numerous small lakes and ponds. The area is experiencing a steady but rapid growth rate. The economy is stable, generally because of the diversification of its economic base.

History
In 1942, the citizens in the Silverdale area petitioned for the formation of a fire district to protect their area. The voters in the area approved the ballot and Kitsap County Fire Protection District #1 was formed. In 1949, the citizens of North Perry (East Bremerton area) formed Kitsap County Fire Protection District #9. In 1952, the citizens of Tracyton formed Kitsap County Fire Protection District #11, and in 1954, the citizens of Brownsville formed Kitsap County Fire Protection District #15.

In 1977, District #11 merged into District #15 and a new facility was built with Trident impact funds in the Meadowdale area. In 1989, District #9 merged with District #15. In 1999, Fire District #15 merged with District #1 and became Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue (CKFR). On January 1, 2003 Kitsap County Fire District #12 officially merged with CKFR.

Description of the Fire District
The Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue District covers approximately 115 square miles. The District's boundaries are described as follows:

Beginning at the Mason County line and Hood Canal, North along the water through Holly, Seabeck, and Olympic View to Sub Base Bangor, then East along Mountain View Road to Port Orchard Narrows at Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC), then South through Brownsville, Illahee, Illahee State Park, to Enetai Beach and Bremerton City limits, then Northwest along Bremerton City limits along Petersville Road, then West along Riddell Road, then South along the eastern side past Roswell Drive, then West to Pine Road, and meandering South to Bremerton City limits near Lions Field, then Northwest along East side of Dyes Inlet through Tracyton up to Silverdale, then South along the West side to Jackson Park Naval, then South along Lakehurst drive to Kitsap Way and then West through the Gold Mountain area, then meandering West and South to the Mason County line, and then West to Hood Canal.

Communities recognized as being in CKFR are Silverdale, Seabeck, Illahee, Lake Symington, Lake Tahuyeh, Island Lake, Crosby, Hintzville, Gilberton, Meadowdale, North Perry, Chico, Wildcat Lake, Kitsap Lake, and Erlands Point.

Resource Distribution
Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue operates out of 12 fire stations throughout the District. The fire stations are organized into three geographical response areas: Division 41 (East of the Ridgetop area including fire stations 41, 44, and 45); Division 51 (Central Silverdale core area including fire stations 42, 51 and 52); and Division 56 (West to Hood Canal and Mason County including fire stations 53, 54, 55, 56, 64 and 65).

Property Purchased in Lake Symington Area
CKFR's Board of Fire Commissioners announced the purchase of property in the Lake Symington area located at the intersection of NW Holly Road and NW Coho Run.

 

Station 41 - Meadowdale
7600 Old Military Road NE, Bremerton, WA 98311
(Built 1979) Division 41
  • Full training facility with three story training tower
  • Multi-purpose room available for restricted outside use
  • Six individual overnight rooms
  • One overnight dorm room with four beds
  • Emergency generator
  • 24-hour vehicle fueling
Vehicles
  • Engine 41 - 2000 Pierce Quantum
  • Engine 41A - 1992 Spartan Gladiator
  • Tender 41 - 1998 Freightliner
  • Medic 41 - 2000 Ford E-450
  • Aid 41 - 1994 Ford E-350
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Station 42 - Island Lake
14061 Central Valley Road NE, Poulsbo, WA 98370
(Built 1999) Division 51

Vehicles
  • Aid 42 - 1986 Ford E-350
  • Engine 42 - 1986 Ford C-800
  • Engine 42A - 1979 Pierce
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Station 44 - Tracyton
300 NW Tracy Ave, Bremerton, WA 98311
(Built 1963) Division 41
  • Three individual overnight rooms
  • Emergency generator
Vehicles
  • Engine 44 - 1989 Spartan Gladiator
  • Aid 44 - 1988 Ford E-350
  • Rehab 44 - 1985 Ford E-350
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Station 45 - North Perry
3725 Trenton Ave NE, Bremerton, WA 98310
(Built 1965) Division 41
  • Multi-purpose room available for restricted outside use
  • Four individual overnight rooms
  • Emergency generator
Vehicles
  • Engine 45 - 1989 Spartan Gladiator
  • Aid 45 - 1989 Ford F-350
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Station 51 - Silverdale
10955 Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale, WA 98383
(Built 1979) Division 51
  • Multi-purpose room available for restricted outside use
  • Eleven individual overnight rooms
  • Emergency generator
  • Facility maintenance shop
  • 24-hour vehicle fueling
Vehicles
  • Engine 51 - 1997 Pierce Quantum
  • Rescue 51 - 1989 International
  • Medic 51 - 2002 Ford E-450
  • Aid 51 - 2001 Ford E-450
  • Boat 51 - 1984 Avon
  • Facility 51 - 2001 Dodge D-250
  • Decon 51 - 2004 Trailer
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Station 52 - Olympic View
15393 Olympic View Rd NW, Silverdale, WA 98393
(Built 1963) Division 51
Vehicles
  • Engine 52 - 1969 Mack CF600
  • Engine 52A - 1978 American Lafrance
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Station 53 - Seabeck
15543 Seabeck Hwy NW, Seabeck, WA 98380
(Built 1963) Division 56
Vehicles
  • Engine 53 - 1984 Mack CF-600
  • Tender 53 - 1975 International
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Station 54 - Hintzville
18237 NW Hintzville Road, Bremerton, WA 98312
(Built 1978) Division 56
Vehicles
  • Engine 54 - 1982 Ford C-8000
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Station 55 - Lake Tahuyeh
314 Kingsway NW, Bremerton, WA 98312
(Built 1973) Division 56
Vehicles
  • Engine 55 - 1986 Ford C-8000
  • Tender 55 - 2004 Freightliner
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Station 56 - Seabeck / Nicholas
6470 Seabeck Hwy NW, Bremerton, WA 98312
(Built 1998) Division 56
  • Two multi-purpose rooms available for restricted outside use
  • Eleven individual overnight rooms
  • Emergency generator
  • 24-hour vehicle fueling
Vehicles
  • Engine 56 - 1998 Pierce Saber
  • Tender 56 - 1998 International
  • Medic 56 - 2000 Ford E-450
  • Aid 56 - 1992 Ford E-350
  • Prevention Trailer
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CKFR Administration Building
5300 NW Newberry Hill Road- Suite 101, Silverdale, WA 98383
(Built 2001)
  • Two multi-purpose rooms available for restricted outside use
  • Emergency generator
  • Vehicle maintenance shop
Vehicles
  • 12 Staff Vehicles
  • 2 Utility Vehicles
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Station 64 - Chico
4065 Chico Way, Bremerton, WA 98312
(Built 1999) Division 56
Vehicles
  • Ladder 64 - 1970 Mack CF-600
  • Rescue 64 - 1990 Ford F-450
  • Brush 64 - 1985 Chevy PU
  • Tender 64 - 1998 Kenworth
  • Aid 64 - 1986 E-350
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Station 65 - Wildcat Lake
9340 Holly Road, Bremerton, WA 98312
(Built 1994) Division 56
Vehicles
  • Engine 65 - 1996 Pierce Lance
  • Tender 65 - 1993 Kenworth
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