EMS Levy FAQ
Whatcom County Council passed an ordinance placing a 6-year, 29.5-cent EMS levy before the voters in November, 2016. This levy would fully fund Whatcom Medic One
Check out the Frequently Asked Questions pamphlet here to learn more about why this levy is important to the future of Advanced Life Support (ALS) service in Whatcom County.
Notice of Privacy Practices
Whatcom County Fire District 14 takes your personal information very seriously. Personal information we collect while providing emergency medical services is subject to the Federal HIPPA rules. Our privacy practices for how we use your information can be found here.
Total Responses: 891
(As of 9/16/16)
Total for 2015: 1137
Total for 2014: 1012
Nearly 80% of our calls are medical emergencies. The remaining calls are a mixture of structure fires, motor vehicle accidents, illegal burns, public assistance calls, and a variety of other incidents
Whatcom County Fire District 14
The next regular fire commissioner's meeting will be held at 5pm on Tuesday, October 11, at the Kendall Fire Station.
Wood Smoke Pollution
Often in the fall and winter, we can get into a weather pattern that makes the air stagnate over the Columbia Valley. During this time, the smoke from chimneys can stay in the area, giving us some of the worst air conditions in Whatcom County!
Because of this, it is very important that everyone burn only seasoned fire wood in their wood stoves and fireplaces. Every little bit helps!
For more information, please visit the NW Clean Air Agency's website: http://nwcleanairwa.gov/
Current air quality in the Columbia Valley can be found here:
The Whatcom County burn ban is at STAGE II, No campfires.
Recreational fire requirements: