Entries by Ileana LiMarzi

Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue Postpones Facilities Bond Request

The Board of Fire Commissioners for Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue decided to postpone its request for a facilities bond to replace and renovate its fire stations. The Fire District had spent several years preparing to place the measure on the August 4, 2020 Primary Election ballot. “Many in our community are facing economic uncertainty […]

Kids’ Day 2020 Canceled Due to Coronavirus

Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue’s Annual Kids’ Day event has taken place in Kitsap County for decades and has grown to such popularity that citizens “just know” to be at the fairgrounds on the first Saturday of June. “The event is 100% free and we pride ourselves on offering life safety messages while providing entertainment […]

Declaration of Emergency Approved

Fire and Emergency Medical Services are essential to society and cannot falter, even as a historic pandemic strikes the heart of our country. Resiliency and maintaining these lifesaving services are the direct responsibility of your elected board of Fire Commissioners and the Fire Chief. The entire administration has worked behind the scenes to identify core […]

CKFR Puts Special Unit In Service

Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue is dedicated to serving our community with a high level of service. That’s why in the near future you may see a special rig, TDU 50, responding to calls. TDU stands for Tactical Deployment Unit. When dealing with increased call volume, as we may soon see with the COVID-19 global […]

We’re Still Open and Here For You

As many businesses are closed during this time, we want to reassure you that Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue is still open for business and here for you. Our fire stations are at full staffing and administration continues to operate behind the scenes supporting the frontline. Business is being conducted electronically as well as in […]

Occupants Safe After Fire

At approximately 11:12 am today, Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue received a call of a possible residential structure fire in the 18000 block of NW Stavis Bay Road.  The occupants told 911 that there was black smoke coming from the attic. Engine 56 was first on scene and the crew confirmed it was an active […]

Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue Shares Station Challenges

Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue passed a Capital Facilities Plan last year that outlined how it would consolidate and improve nine fire stations. The purpose of these projects is to improve community safety and create a healthier work environment for firefighters. Capital facilities are too expensive to fund through the District’s regular operating levies. The […]