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Howard A. Monta

About the Seattle Fire Department

According to the Seattle Fire Department it “provides fire suppression and emergency medical services to a culturally diverse and vibrant population of Seattle. Since organized in 1894, the Fire Department has evolved from an organization focused only on fire fighting, to one that includes other critical services such as building inspections, fire code enforcement, tactical rescues and public education.

Today, the Seattle Fire Department employs 1,044 uniformed personnel, 40 department chiefs, 78 paramedics and 86 civilian personnel in 34 fire stations.  The department has 33 engines, 11 ladder trucks and 24 other types of emergency services related vehicles.

The mission of the Seattle Fire Department is “to prevent the loss of life and property resulting from fires, medical emergencies and other disasters.  We accomplish our mission through highly trained firefighters, a focus on fire prevention and education and nationally recognized emergency medical skills.”

Selected book by a Seattle Fire Department fire official.

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