Public News

Community Dispatch Newsletter

We are proud to share the 2018 North Mason Regional Fire Authority Newsletter “Community Dispatch” Click Here to view a PDF of the newsletter. Articles include: Program for Opioid Crisis Neighbor Recognition Tahuya Project Update Burn Regulations Explained FEMA Grant for SCBAs Closing the Doors at Night Community Response Team Compressions-Only CPR We are on Facebook! […]

Read More...

Santa is Coming!

Fun for the whole family! We hope you will join us as Santa, along with members of the Fire Authority visit various neighborhoods all around our community spreading holiday cheer as well as passing out candy canes, smoke detectors and public information. 2018 Santa Schedule             If you have a […]

Read More...

Now Accepting Bids- Tahuya Apparatus Bay

The North Mason Regional Fire Authority hereby extends an invitation to qualified general contractors to bid the construction project – Tahuya Apparatus Bay. The location of this project is 14860 NE North Shore Rd, Tahuya, WA 98588.  Download a Bid Packet – Tahuya Apparatus Bay Addendum 1 (11/28/2018): NMRFA Addendum 1  Addendum 2 (12/5/2018): NMRFA Addendum 2 Plan Holders […]

Read More...

Crew Resource Management Class

Crew Resource Management Class High Reliability and Safety Culture in High-Risk Teams  A Proactive Approach to Managing Risk in High Consequence Environments April 1, 2019 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM  Class Located at: North Mason High School Auditorium,  150 E. North Mason School Rd., Belfair, WA 98528 This course is designed for those in high consequence domains such as […]

Read More...

Outdoor Burning Status – Regulated – Effective Oct. 1st

County-Wide Outdoor Burn Status – Regulated Effective October 1st, 2018 @ 0001 Hrs The Mason County Community Development Director, the Mason County Fire Marshal, and in partnership with the Mason County Fire Chiefs’ Association and Department of Natural Resources, have determined that current weather conditions within Mason County have moderated and have reduced fire dangers. […]

Read More...

Student Firefighter/EMT Program

The North Mason Regional Fire Authority is seeking participants for its volunteer student firefighter program. The NMRFA’s student firefighter program is designed to assist individuals with obtaining a career in the fire service. The NMRFA’s student firefighter program provides on the job training and instruction to help program participants gain the skills and knowledge needed […]

Read More...

Burn Ban Lifted

Effective 8:00 a.m., Friday, October 6, 2017 — Until Further Notice The Mason County Community Development Director, as acting Fire Marshall, and in partnership with the Mason County Fire Chiefs’ Association, has determined the current weather conditions within Mason County, the near term forecast, and the recent “fall like weather” we have been having allows […]

Read More...

Robert Collamore Honored by North Mason Kiwanis

Joined by volunteer and career members of the Fire Authority and his parents, Community Outreach Coordinator, Robert Collamore was presented with an award for Outstanding Service by members of the North Mason Kiwanis during today’s North Mason Chamber membership meeting held at The HUB Senior Center, Belfair. Collamore has been with the Fire Authority since […]

Read More...

2018 Budget Hearing to be held November 14th at 5:00pm

On Tuesday, November 14th the North Mason Regional Fire Authority Board of Commissioners will hold a Budget Hearing to review the 2018 Budget Draft. The hearing will take place at 5:00 pm at Station 21 (460 NE Old Belfair Hwy, Belfair). Following the hearing the Board will hold their normal Commissioner Meeting. We invite the […]

Read More...

EpiPen usage in the North Mason Community

Over the past few days we have watched in frustration as the story involving the lifesaving EpiPen has unfolded.  The EpiPen is a mechanical device that administers the drug Epinephrine to individuals who experience a life threating allergic reaction to an allergen, such as a peanut or a bee sting.  A severe allergic reaction to an […]

Read More...