South Kitsap Fire and Rescue

Santa’s on his way to Port Orchard!

Jolly Old St. Nick to hand out treats to good boys and girls

 

17 fire units needed to extinguish fire at Port Orchard residence

Blaze began as electrical fire in home’s interior wall

 

SKFR Volunteer Association hosts Oct. 5 spaghetti feed

Event is at Fire Station No. 8 on Fircrest Drive Southeast

Just another dog-in-tree call?

SKFR rescues goofy pup stranded up in a fallen tree

Port Orchard’s National Night Out is Aug. 6

Nationwide community crime prevention awareness event begins at 5:30 p.m.

SKFR’s summer car seat check is June 29

Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death and injuries to children in the U.S.

Fire marshal seeking info on Madrona arson blaze

Fire reportedly was set in a portable classroom on April 8

Occupant critically injured by SE Lund house fire

Injured person flown to Harborview

A springtime dip?

Sinclair Inlet a resting spot for abandoned vehicle

South Kitsap woman dies from smoke inhalation

Elderly woman apparently succumbs from smoldering cigarette in chair

Sedgwick residence destroyed by fire

SKFR uses water tenders to douse flames

Tornado incident command ‘stands down’

Responsibilities now fall to the county’s Department of Emergency Management

Tornado assessment teams making progress

Twister assessed to have been a strong EF2 storm; 12 buildings have been red-tagged.

Kitsap firefighter recovering after California accident

Firefighter struck by a vehicle has non-life-threatening injuries.

SKFR units douse house fire in Manchester

Eleven fire apparatus and support vehicles were needed to contain the blaze to the garage.

This blaze on Bear Ridge Drive near Little Boston Road in North Kitsap scorched 1,500 square feet of blackberry bushes and was headed into the trees when NKFR firefighters arrived on the scene on Saturday, July 21. (Photo courtesy Michele Laboda, North Kitsap Fire and Rescue)
This blaze on Bear Ridge Drive near Little Boston Road in North Kitsap scorched 1,500 square feet of blackberry bushes and was headed into the trees when NKFR firefighters arrived on the scene on Saturday, July 21. (Photo courtesy Michele Laboda, North Kitsap Fire and Rescue)