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on Bainbridge Island

understanding & managing

wildfire risk on Bainbridge Island

Welcome to the Bainbridge Island Fire Department

Breaking News

Today's Fire Danger Status:  HIGH

Current Burn Ban:  NONE (current restrictions apply)



Employment Opportunities

The Bainbridge Island Fire Department is seeking applicants for the position of Lateral Firefighter/Paramedic.  Learn more

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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The Board of Commissioners of the Bainbridge Island Fire Department will hold a SPECIAL meeting on Monday, September 26, 2022 beginning at 2:00 pm.  This workshop style meeting will be held in-person at Station 21, 8895 Madison Avenue NE.  Please note: COVID-19 screening is required and masks are recommended for ALL meeting attendees due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.  Members of the public who wish to listen to the meeting may do so by clicking the link following link.  View the Agenda


What does HIGH danger mean?

HIGH: When the fire danger is "high", fires can start easily from most causes and small fuels (such as grasses and needles) will ignite readily.  Unattended campfires and brush fires are likely to escape.  Fires will spread easily, with some areas of high-intensity burning on slopes or concentrated fuels.  Fires can become serious and difficult to control unless they are put out while they are still small.