Fire Fact:Each year, fire kills more
Americans than all natural
Benton County Fire District #1’s (BCFD#1) mission is to provide the citizens of the Fire District with fire suppression of and fire protection from hostile fires, emergency and rescue services in support of emergency medical transport agencies, and response to and management of hazardous materials incidents. BCFD#1 also responds and participates in multi-agency fire, emergency medical and hazardous materials incidents in accordance with contractual and mutually agreed commitments.
TODAY'S FIRE DANGER - LOW
Benton County Fire District #1 provides fire suppression, emergency medical services, hazardous materials response, and public information to a population of about 17,000 living within the 320 square mile Fire District and to those passing through southeast Benton County on the Interstate, on the rail system or on the Columbia River.
What Does the Fire Danger System Mean in Benton County?
Year total for 2017
Administrative Office: (509) 737-0911
Fire Training Center: (509) 586-7931
Maintenance Facility: (509) 734-9200
Agricultural Burn Line: (509) 783-6570
Residential Burn Line: (509) 783-6198
Benton Clean Air Agency: (509) 783-1304