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CKFR fire stations, administration building and facilities will be closed to the public until further notice.

CKFR asks you to please stay home. While we’re still responding when you need us, we may look a little different. Crews will be wearing Personal Protection Equipment (PPE). We respond to a variety of situations and this gear is for the protection of everyone, sick or not, as well as for the protection of our crews.

We appreciate your support and your offers to drop supplies at our stations. At this time we’re not accepting any food items and again, we ask that you stay home.

Please utilize these safe shopping tips below when you need to pick up groceries:

Blue Address Signs

CKFR no longer provides blue address signs. They can be obtained through the Kitsap County Department of Community Development through this link: Addressing Sign Request

Free CPR AED Classes

Thanks to a generous donation from the Medic One Foundation and due to popular demand, CKFR has expanded its CPR program and will be offering free classes twice a month!  Classes are on Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings.  Register online today!

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"STOP THE BLEED" Community Program

We are now offering free Stop the Bleed classes to train on basic bleeding control and providing immediate, front-line aid until first responders are able to take over. Classes are from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at Station 56 (6470 Seabeck Hwy NW, Bremerton, WA 98312).

Call our office at (360) 447-3550 to reserve your spot!

Knox Box Questions?

Have questions about Knox Box for residential or commercial use? Here’s a link to their site:

Knox Box


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