Mission, Vision, and Values

“Protect, Serve and Educate”

The Mission Statement is designed to describe the organization’s general purpose.

MISSION:  Spokane County Fire District No. 8 District Strives to . . .

The Vision Statements establish for the District, targets of excellence for the future.  

VISION: 

The value statements establish a set of principles to guide the organization and it’s members in their decision-making and behaviors to enhance the organization and the community it serves.

VALUES: Spokane County Fire District No. 8 values . . .

History

Formed on August 29, 1947, Spokane County Fire District 8 serves a community of 19,500 residents in approximately 110 square miles of commercial, residential and agricultural areas south of the cities of Spokane and Spokane Valley. A combination of career, part-time, resident volunteer, and volunteer personnel respond to calls from four strategically located stations in the Moran, Valleyford, Ponderosa and Saltese areas. SCFD8 responeded to 2060 requests for services in 2014 with emergency medical responses (EMS) accounting for 80% of those incidents. Fire District 8 operates on an annual budget of nearly 4.5 million dollars under the State of Washington laws and codes that govern fire departments.

FireStat

The next regular
Board of Fire Commissioners
meeting is scheduled for:

Tuesday
July 11, 2017
6:00 p.m.

Station 82
12100 E Pal
ouse Hwy
Valleyford, WA

Meeting Agenda/Minutes


 

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