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Committed to Protecting Life and Property
North Highline Fire District (originally named King County Fire District #11) was founded in 1942. The District is a combination department with 24 career personnel and 10 (+/-) volunteer personnel operating out of two stations serving about 19,000 citizens in a three-and-a-half square mile unincorporated area located just south of the Seattle city limits. The District serves the citizens of Boulevard Park, Top Hat, Beverly Park, Shorewood, Mt. View, South Park and White Center. We responded to over 4500 calls for service in 2013.

A special meeting of the Board will be held on Monday, March 2, 2015 at 7:00 PM.

The next regular Board meeting will be held on Monday, March 16 at 7:00 PM at our headquarters station located at 1243 SW 112th Street, Seattle, WA. The public is always invited and encouraged to attend.

North Highline Fire District thanks our voters for authorizing a fire benefit charge on the August 5 ballot. This method of funding will ensure we are able to continue providng the best possible fire and emergency services to our citizens for years to come.


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WinterFire Safety


Over half of all home heating fires occur in December, January, and February. Additionally, $2 billion in property loss occurs from winter home fires.

If you're concerned about fire safety this winter, complete this simple checklist to ensure you have a safe holiday season:


  • Have you tested your smoke alarms?
  • Have you tested your carbon monoxide alarms?
  • Have you gotten your furnace professionally inspected?
  • Have you checkedy your appliances for worn or damaged cords?
  • Have you checked your dryer exhaust vent for lint buildup?


  • Do your portable space heaters have an automatic shutoff?
  • Is there at least three feet of space between space heaters and other objects?
  • Do you turn space heaters off overnight or when unattended?
  • Are your space heaters plugged directly into an outlet?
  • Do your children know to stay 3 feet away from any speace heater?
  • Do you always use a fire guard in front of a burning fire?


  • Have you made and practiced a fire escape plan?
  • Do you have a fire extinguisher handy?
  • Do your children know how to dial 911?
  • Are your house numbers easily visible?
  • Have you packed an emergency supply kit in your home?