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Everett Fire Department, Washington
The city of Everett, Washington is approximately 25 miles north of Seattle and serves a population of approximately 110,000 citizens. Everett is the 7th largest city in Washington, which was incorporated in 1893, and has a land mass of approximately 33.5 square miles and 15 square miles of water.
Some of the more significant target hazards include the Everett Naval Station, and the Port of Everett. Other hazards include residential and commercial high rise, arenas, theaters, museums, colleges, schools, hospitals, shopping malls, freeways, and manufacturing facilities.
The Everett Fire Department has an operating budget of approximately $22 million dollars that is divided between 6 divisions: Administration, Operations, Fire Prevention, Services, Emergency Management, and Training.
Total incidents: 23,500 approximate
Approximately 118 sworn and 7 civilian personnel housed in 6 Fire Stations.
1 Battalion command vehicles
2 Ladder trucks
1 Quint ladder truck
3 Paramedic units
1 Aid units
1 USAR units including swift water
1 Hazmat unit