In the News

Clark County Today – August 31, 2021
Letter: Clark County Fire District 3 Chief Scott Sorenson shares information with residents of the district

Clark County Today – August 27, 2021
Fire District 3 officials address increased call volumes, fire loss and future growth

Columbian – August 9, 2021
As Fire District 3 becomes more urban, wish list grows

Columbian – July 31, 2021
Clark County residents urged to prepare for wildfires

The Reflector – June 30, 2021
Fireworks banned for majority of North County

The Columbian – June 28, 2021
Battle Ground, Camas and Washougal ban fireworks due to fire danger

The Columbian – June 24, 2021
Clark County fire districts strongly discouraging fireworks

The Reflector – June 8, 2021
Letter to the editor: Kudos to Clark County Fire District No 3

The Reflector – April 20, 2021
Letter to the editor: Fire preparedness

Clark County Today – April 14, 2021
Fire District 3 Captain Charlie Campbell shares some information about wildland fire preparedness

The Reflector – March 29, 2021
Eleven employees honored by Clark County Fire District 3

The Reflector – March 9, 2021
Clark County Fire District 3 shares its 2020 call volume recap

The Reflector – January 27, 2020
Strategic plan approved for Clark County Fire District 3

The Columbian – January 14, 2020
Battle Ground, Fire District 3 asking voters to OK annexation
Officials say it would boost safety, control costs


Clark County Today – September 30, 2019
Letter: Fire District 3 chief invites area residents to public hearings to discuss annexation


Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety!

Fire Prevention Week is coming up! This year, we are working to educate our community on the different sounds of safety. You can find valuable tools, activities, resources and more here.

Thank you!

Thank you to all who came to our Harvest Days pancake breakfast or donated to the online fundraiser. It was so wonderful to see everyone in person! This wonderful community raised $1,000 to support a local family and their son who is recovering from a scary accident with a 10′ log. Thank you!