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Neighbors helping neighbors

 

Mason County Fire Station 17 is an all volunteer fire department serving from Lilliwaup to Triton Head.


WSRB rated as a 7
3 Stations;
Main Station 17-1, 34571 N US Highway 101, Lilliwaup,
Class A Station
17-2 at Colony Surf
17-3 at Beacon Point, Class A Station
21 Volunteers, 5 Trained EMT personnel      

6 Mason County Fire Academy Trained Firefighters

                                                                           

Our motto: We still make house calls

Contact Info

IN AN EMERGENCY DIAL 911

Station:
360-877- 6920 (unmanned)

Chief Brown:
mason17chief@gmail.com
360-362- 2012

Commissioners:
Gary Janisch 360-490- 1794
Pat O’Brien pwobrienmcfd17@gmail.com
Joel Carlson joelcomm17@outlook.com

About


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Commissioners:
Gary Janisch
Pat O’Brien
Joel Carlson

Department personnel:
Chief; Nadine Brown
Assistant Chief Tony Fraser
Lt. John McNeil, Equipment
Lt. Sunflower Miles, EMS officer, MSO Medical Safety Officer
Jim Boldt, Public Information Officer
Jadon Miles, Safety Officer
Started as a volunteer department in 1968

Events

Ayock Beach Picnic
Colony Surf Carnival
Stetson Beach Picnic
Open House

BINGO AT THE FIRE HOUSE

Saturday October 14th 4 to 7 PM $1.00 per card and split the pot...the final game will be a black out game at $2.00 per card and no split...the more that play, the bigger the pots !!  Food and fun for all

December 2nd, 4 to 7 PM, same as above

COME ON OUT AND SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FIRE FIGHTERS

We support Fire Fighters without Boarders and donated Bunker Gear and other items to them that we were unable to use any longer. We made the donation on October 7th and there are the pictures of the event

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Meetings

 

Public/commissioner meetings are held on the first Tuesday of
every month at 6:30PM at our main station

October agenda

August Minutes

September 2017 Minutes