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Operational Priorities
1. Emergency Response
2. Operational Readiness
3. Training
4. Mental and Physical Fitness
5. Support Activities

Battalion Chiefs – Four Battalion Chiefs manage all emergency operations and training. The Emergency Operations Division provides emergency response to any emergency that threatens life or property, including fire suppression, technical rescue, medical first response and paramedic ambulance transport services.

There are forty-eight 24-hour Emergency Personnel and three fire stations.

Personnel hold either EMT/I.V. Technician or EMT/Paramedic certification in addition to extensive fire and rescue training. Fire Captains, in addition to supervision of emergency crews, are assigned an area of administrative responsibility.

“A” Shift – 16 personnel. Brooks Cooper, Michael Coyle, Ben Porter Fire Captains.  Captain Cooper is assigned responsibility for department apparatus.  BC Villines is assigned responsibility for Entry Level Testing.  Captain Coyle (along with Captain Faircloth from B Shift) oversees personal protective equipment for all deparment members.

“B” Shift – 16 personnel. Ben Silva, James Tierney, Wade Faircloth Fire Captains. Captain Tierney oversees uniforms for the department.  Captain Faircloth (along with Captain Coyle from A Shift) oversees personal protective equipment for all deparment members.

“C” Shift – 16 personnel. Brad Delano, Dane Hammond, Michael Brown Fire Captains. Captain Brown is the safety officer. 




Station 41
616 NE 4th Avenue
Camas, WA  98607

Station 42
4321 NW Parker Street
Camas, WA  98607

Station 43
1400 A Street
Washougal, WA 98671

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
excluding holidays

Dial 911 for all emergencies


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