The Getchell Fire Department offers free blue reflective address signs to the citizens that reside within the geographical borders of Snohomish County Fire District No. 22. If you would like an address sign, please fill out the form located at the bottom of this page and submit. Address signs will be completed within seven to ten business days. We will contact you once the sign is ready to be picked up at the Getchell fire station located at 8424 99th Ave NE Arlington, WA 98223.
When emergency services are requested, there is the expectation of immediate response. Unlabeled residences or poorly displayed addresses lead to slower response times. "We can't help you, if we can't find you."
Address numbers should be clearly visible from the road. If your residence is located back from the road, or you have a hidden driveway, you are encouraged to display your address at the roadside and again on your home. If there is an alley behind your house, label both the front and back of your house as an extra measure of safety.
The goal of Snohomish County Fire Protection District 22 is to provide immediate assistance in an emergency situation.
If you are in need of more then one to make sure that you have one at the front of your long driveway let us know when you are requesting an address sign.
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For more information on the dangers of CO poisoning, visit the FEMA website HERE.
Understand the new Washington State laws regarding carbon monoxide alarms. Requires Adobe Reader available as a free download HERE.
For more information on the mitigation of cooking fires, go HERE.
We are pleased to offer free smoke detectors to the residents we serve. If you are in need of a smoke detector, please do not hesitate to contact us.