PHOTOS: West Seattle’s Station 37 hosts Fire Safety Fair

(WSB photos)

12:18 PM: Until 2 pm, the doors are open at Seattle Fire Station 37 (35th/Holden) in Sunrise Heights, for a Fire Safety Fair. It’s a rare chance to meet firefighters without being caught up in an emergency requiring their response, and to learn how to reduce the chance you’ll need their help. If you’re bringing a little one for Story Time with Fire Chief Harold Scoggins, that’s at 1:30 pm. More photos later!

2:07 PM: Very well-attended:

Station 37 is home to Engine 37 and Ladder 13 and is the southernmost of West Seattle’s five SFD stations.

4 Replies to "PHOTOS: West Seattle's Station 37 hosts Fire Safety Fair"

  • WS Resident April 1, 2023 (3:03 pm)

    People may disagree on a lot of things these days, but I think we can all say: FIRE FIGHTERS ROCK!  What a great event.  Thanks to all the firefighters who are there to help at a moments notice!

    • ~Hockeywitch~ April 1, 2023 (5:27 pm)

      100% agree… Fire Fighters do ROCK! and we have some pretty great ones in West Seattle.. SFD RULES!!!  Thank you all for always being there for us. If we are calling them, we aren’t having a good day..

  • West Seattle Fire Dept Rocks!!! April 2, 2023 (8:33 am)

    This was such a great event featuring incredibly important emergency information for kids and families – CPR demos, 911 and all sorts of great home safety information. The pictures with the firetrucks was just icing on the cake for this event. I’m so thankful for SFD, SPD and all of our first responders for the work that they do in our community. 

  • Kim Mickelson April 2, 2023 (10:07 am)

    We attended this wonderful event with our grandson whom is 7 and our great niece who is 5.  They had a spectacular time playing the emergency associated games, climbing into the ladder truck.  Their great grandfather was a hero and a firefighter for 27 years with the City of Seattle in the early years when there was no safety equipment for firefighters like there is today.   I asked our grandson if he is ready to apply to be a firefighter.  His response “not yet”.   The firefighters and associated staff were so nice  and informative.  

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