Wildfire and smoke information
Wildfire season is already underway in Washington. How can you and your community prepare?
We encourage everyone to learn about fire safety. Here are some helpful tips to prevent fires or prepare for emergencies. If you have any questions, please call at 206-296-6600 or email DPERwebinquiries@kingcounty.gov.
Be found FAST - Emergency response is about speed. Here are helpful tips to assist emergency workers in finding your location in a timely manner
Changing your clocks for daylight savings time is also a good time to change the batteries in your smoke detectors. Also find information about fire prevention week.
Find a list of helpful items to have on hand for earthquake prepardedness
Keep your property safe by removing plant debris like weeds and fallen leaves and branches.
Generators can help with power outages, but they can be hazardous if not used correctly. Learn how to prevent generator-related fires and carbon monoxide poisoning.
Find information about fire extinguishers, family escape plans, smoke detectors, candles, kitchen dangers, space heaters, clothes dryer fires, and other helpful home safety tips.
What to do when to guard against fire in a public building
Keep you and family safe by staying informed of recent product recalls. We provide links to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and you can sign up for email updates
Prepare your home fireplace and space heaters for the winter months with these helpful checklists.
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