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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 2012.

The next regular Board meeting was to be held on Monday, August 18; however due to a lack of quorem, the meeting will be continued to Wednesday, August 20 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.



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King County has World's Highest Survival Rate for Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac Arrests

The survival rate for cardiac arrest in King County hit an all-time high of 62% in 2013. By comparison, the cardiac survival rates in New York City, Chicago, and other urban areas have been recorded in the single digits.

King County's successs in saving lives is based in a coordinated, regional system where everyone - dispatchers, first resonders, fire departments, law enforcement, paramedics, urgent care centers, and others - is guided by consistent medical direction and evidenced-based practice.

In recognition of EMS/Medic One system's excellence, King County Executive Dow Constantine and the King County Council has proclaimed the week of May 19 - 25, 2014 as Emergency Medical Services Week in King County.