Whatcom County Fire District 14

Public Notices

The next regular fire commissioner's meeting will be held at 5pm on Tuesday, July 11 at the Kendall Fire Station.

The next FREE Community CPR Class will be June 29 at the Sumas Fire Station

Click HERE to sign up for classes!

Outdoor Burning

The Whatcom County burn ban is off.

The Columbia Valley UGA is restricted to recreational fires ONLY.

Recreational fire requirements:

  • Up to 3 feet by 3 feet of seasoned firewood or charcoal only
  • Must have enclosure 16 inches high, made of steel or masonry/rockery
  • 25 feet from structures, timber, and combustible material
  • 15 feet of overhead clearance required
  • Garden hose or (2) 5-gallon buckets of water at fire
  • Hand tools required onsite
  • Allowed after dark if attended until fire is out cold
  • No burning when winds exceed 7 MPH

Commissioner Moore Retiring

Fire Commissioner Larry (Skip) Moore announced his retirement at our last commissioner's meeting on June 13, to be effective at the conclusion of next month's meeting.

We are looking for applications for the open fire commissioner position. Download the application here. Applications can either be mailed, faxed, or emailed. Applications need to be received by 5pm July 3rd, 2017.

Mailing address

Whatcom County Fire District 14

ATTN: Fire Commissioner Position

PO Box 482

Sumas, WA 98295

Fax Number: (360) 599-2373

Email: info@wcfd14.org

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.

District Responses

Total Responses: 537
(As of 5/22/17)

Total for 2016: 1231

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