Public Board Meetings
Board Meetings are held every second and fourth Monday at Graham Fire & Rescue Headquarters (Station 94). Please join use to find out what is going on at Graham Fire & Rescue.
In 2004 with the help of Meridian Collision, Graham Fire & Rescue restored the engine, pump
and body of Engine One. Graham Fire & Rescue designed a special entry in their new headquarter fire
station to allow the public to view the antique fire engine
anytime they visit the station. The District uses the fire prevention/public education vehicle and parades and public events. In February 2007, Graham Fire & Rescue was invited to display the recently finished Graham Engine One in the Northwest's first antique fire engine show at the Puyallup Fairgrounds.
Graham Community Fire Statistics:
CALL VOLUMES: Graham Fire & Rescue responded to approximately 5196 calls for help in 2010.
Of those calls, 101 were fire related, 3797 were EMS related and the rest were other alarms or requests for
SIZE OF DISTRICT: Approximately 90 square miles.
NUMBER OF STATIONS: 5 Stations with career staffing; 1 Station with volunteer staffing.
POPULATION SERVED: Approximately 60,000 citizens.
HIGHWAYS/TRANSPORTATION: Meridian (SR 161) and Mountain Highway (SR 7) are busy main north/south arterials. Rail lines serve the Frederickson Manufacturing complex. Additionally, several major fuel and gas pipelines cross the district.
- 4 Medic Units
- 7 Engines
- 2 Ladder Trucks
- 2 Water Tenders
- 1 Brush Truck
- 1 Hazardous Materials Unit
- 1 Air Unit
- 12 Utility/Response Vehicles
- 1 Command Vehicle
- 1 Fire Prevention Van
- 1 Rehabilitation Unit
Below are the approved Board of Commissioners Meeting Minutes for the two most recent meetings.
For older minutes dating back to January of 2007, visit our Document Library. To request older archived meeting minutes, please contact Graham Fire & Rescue at (253) 847-8811.