ARE you prepared for an emergency?


Are you prepared for an Earthquake

Marina & Boating Safety


Electrical Safety

How can you prevent electrical fires?

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

on Bainbridge Island

Welcome to the Bainbridge Island Fire Department

Outdoor Burning Regulations

Understanding outdoor burning regulations and burn ban restrictions in our community can be confusing.  Everything you need to know

Stop the Bleed classes offered

In partnership with Bainbridge Prepares, community Stop the Bleed classes are currently available.  Learn more here

Wildfire Risk Reduction & Mitigation

Many of our residents live in heavily forested areas of Bainbridge Island. Dry summer weather and lack of rainfall bring danger from wildfire to those homes that are in close proximity to trees, brush, or hillsides.  Evaluate the risk of losing your home to wildfire before it strikes, and take appropriate steps to protect your home and familyLearn more

Your Home Can Survive a Wildfire

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Employment Opportunities

The Bainbridge Island Fire Department is seeking applicants for Entry Level Firefighter/EMT and Lateral Firefighter/Paramedic positions.  Learn more

To Report an Emergency Call 9-1-1

The Board of Commissioners of the Bainbridge Island Fire Department will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, April 25, 2024, beginning at 4:30 p.m. This meeting will be held at Station 21, 8895 Madison Avenue NE. Members of the public who wish to listen to the meeting may click here to join.

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What does LOW danger mean?

LOW:  When the fire danger is "low" it means that fuels do not ignite easily from small embers, but a more intense heat source, such as lightning, may start fires in duff or dry rotten wood.  Fires in open, dry grasslands may burn easily a few hours after a rain, but most wood fires will spread slowly, creeping or smoldering. Control of fires is generally easy.