Thurston County Fire Protection District 8

South Bay Fire Department

Regular Board meetings will be held once a month on the second Tuesday of the month beginning at 5:30 pm.

All regular meetings will be held at the Main South Bay Station unless otherwise noted. Most meetings last between one to three hours.

 

All regular and special Board meetings are open to the public.   

​Note: Meetings are subject to change. Notice of change will be posted on this site and at the meeting location.
 

2020 Board of Fire Commissioners’ Meetings

Tuesday    01/14/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    02/11/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    03/10/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    04/14/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    05/12/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    06/09/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    07/14/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    08/11/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    09/15/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    10/13/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    11/10/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm
Tuesday    12/08/2020    Regular Meeting   5:30 pm

BOARD MEETINGS

South Bay Firefighters Association’s

42nd Annual Crab Feed

When: Saturday, April 18, 2020 from 2:00 – 7:00 pm

Location: Station 8-3,  5046 Boston Harbor Rd. NE, Olympia, WA 98506

Dinner Includes: Fresh crab, coleslaw, bread, spaghetti,     soft drinks and coffee

Cost: $35 per person or $10 for spaghetti only

Tickets: Limited amount of tickets on sale until April 13th

(Note: Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door)

Tickets are available at:

•  The Gull Harbor Mercantile, 4932 Boston Harbor Rd.           Olympia, 98506


•  Station 8-1, 3506 Shincke Rd. NE, Olympia, 98506

For more Information, contact:

> Amber Sullivan at ASullivan@southbayfire.com

> Michaela Bahr at MBahr@southbayfire.com

Are you prepared if the power goes out? A message from Puget Sound Energy…


We’re acting now to prevent storm-related outages, which is why we spend our summers strengthening our electric system. We’ve been trimming away trees and installing electric cables specifically designed to resist outages caused by branches. We are dedicated to the communities and businesses we serve, to keep you safe and informed through the storm season. Here are some tools and tips we encourage you to utilize.

Ways to report and track outages:

Call PSE at 1-888-225-5773 or 911 to report electrical or natural gas safety hazards.
Never touch or go within 30 feet of downed power lines because they might be energized.


If you smell natural gas, leave the area immediately and call PSE at 1-888-225-5773 or 911.


Never use a natural gas range or charcoal as an indoor heating or cooking source.


If you’re using portable heaters, keep them away from furniture, draperies and other flammable materials.


Always use flashlights instead of candles.


Never run a generator inside the home or business. For more information see our website: PSE.COM

Are you prepared if the power goes out? A message from Puget Sound Energy…


We’re acting now to prevent storm-related outages, which is why we spend our summers strengthening our electric system. We’ve been trimming away trees and installing electric cables specifically designed to resist outages caused by branches. We are dedicated to the communities and businesses we serve, to keep you safe and informed through the storm season. Here are some tools and tips we encourage you to utilize.

Ways to report and track outages:

​Call PSE at 1-888-225-5773 or 911 to report electrical or natural gas safety hazards.


Never touch or go within 30 feet of downed power lines because they might be energized.


If you smell natural gas, leave the area immediately and call PSE at 1-888-225-5773 or 911.


Never use a natural gas range or charcoal as an indoor heating or cooking source.


If you’re using portable heaters, keep them away from furniture, draperies and other flammable materials.


Always use flashlights instead of candles.


Never run a generator inside the home or business. For more information see our website: PSE.COM

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The Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) is a local government agency charged with regulatory and enforcement authority for air quality issues in Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Mason, Pacific, and Thurston counties.

 

ORCAA is one of seven such regional air pollution control agencies in Washington state.

Thurston County

No Burn Bans in Effect

Current Burn Ban Status by County

The Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) is a local government agency charged with regulatory and enforcement authority for air quality issues in Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Mason, Pacific, and Thurston counties.

 

ORCAA is one of seven such regional air pollution control agencies in Washington state.

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