Fire District 3
Provides fire and life safety services to 40,000 people in east Clark County, including the City of Battle Ground. We operate by our core values of professionalism, safety, teamwork, integrity, and community.
Fire Won’t Wait. Plan Your Escape.
Clark County Fire District 3 welcomes a new fire commissioner and announces other personnel changes to the fire district. New fire commissionerFire Commissioner Dean Thornberry was sworn-in on August 8 and replaces Scott Anders who stepped down after accepting a job in another state. Thornberry spent 25 years in fire service, including 12 years withContinue reading “Fire District Welcomes New Fire Commissioner and Other Personnel Changes“
Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation Provides Critical Lifesaving Equipment Grant to Clark County Fire District 3
Grant is part of more than $69 million given by Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation to public safety organizations across the U.S. (Brush Prairie, Wash.) As summer continues, Clark County Fire District 3 is prepared to keep Clark County safe thanks to a grant from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation. The Foundation recognized our needContinue reading “Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation Provides Critical Lifesaving Equipment Grant to Clark County Fire District 3 “
Learn more about your fire district and enjoy free food and fun for the family Clark County Fire District 3 invites the community to celebrate summer with free food and fun at a fire station near you in August and September. Bring your family and friends and see how your tax dollars work to keepContinue reading “Meet Firefighters and Emergency Personnel at Open Houses this Summer“
Summer 2022 edition (Note: A previous version contained the incorrect levy rate for 2022. In 2022, the fire levy has fallen to $1.34 per $1,000, not $1.36.)
FROM CLARK COUNTY FIRE MARSHAL DAN YOUNG: Vancouver, Wash. – Starting at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 15, all land clearing and residential burning in Clark County will be restricted until further notice. The Fire Marshal also is rescinding all burning permits issued prior to the ban. Permits can be reissued or extended when the banContinue reading “Clark County implements warm weather burn ban beginning July 15”
The weather is warming up and more people are out enjoying our beautiful lakes, rivers and beaches. As you head out this summer, we want you to be safe and know how to prevent an unintentional drowning. Drowning is a leading cause of death for young children, but drowning does not discriminate, and no oneContinue reading “Water Safety: Letter from Fire Marshall Chris Drone”
Fire Safety Classroom (online) for Kids
Looking for something educational and fun for kids to do this summer? Check out our online fire safety classroom with videos and activities for kids.
Always Close Before You Doze!
Fire Chief Scott Sorenson welcomes the opportunity to provide a 15-30 minute virtual presentation to local groups and organizations about emergency services in the fire district, the recent annexation of the City of Battle Ground, and answer any questions. If you’d like to arrange for a presentation, please contact the Fire Chief at 360-892-2331 or email@example.comThank you!