Wenatchee Valley Fire is committed to providing an effective and efficient fire, rescue and emergency medical service delivery system to our community.
You will find that participation as a volunteer member of our organization will bring personal reward and satisfaction, raise self-esteem, and provide you with a tremendous sense of accomplishment and pride for a job well done. It will also provide your community with a valuable service that has the potential to touch us all.
We have different types of volunteers in our organization with differing levels of commitment and responsibility.
Support volunteers assist in any number of ways; teaching classes, answering phones, fixing computers and more... If you have a talent and some time we can use you!
Combat Volunteer Firefighters respond and work alongside our career staff on emergencies. They also get the same training as our Career and Resident firefighters do.
For more information on becoming a volunteer please contact:
Deputy Chief McBride
Resident volunteer firefighters are part of our most committed volunteers. They are assigned shifts alongside our career staff and are part of the Wenatchee Valley College's Fire Science Program. These are generally volunteers who are working towards a career in the fire service. In exchange for their commitment to those
we serve, the District pays for their college tuition, provides housing
and a monthly meal stipend. Click the button to the right for more
detailed information on Wenatchee Valley Fire's resident program.