Fire District 10 provides funding to assist local governments and not for profit agencies to train citizens of the District in disaster response skills to be able to respond in the event of an emergency or a disaster situation. Additional information and submission deadlines can be found on the Grant Application.
Pursuant to the Governor’s Emergency Proclamation 20-25, EF&R is unable to provide an in-person location for the public to listen to the virtual Board and Committee meetings. Meetings are still accessible to the public and public comment is able to be submitted.
Written Comment: Written public comment will be accepted until 1:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Submit your written comments via email to the Board Secretary at email@example.com.
Verbal Comment: Up to three (3) minutes of verbal public comment may be provided per person live during the meeting. Please sign-up in advance of the meeting (by 1:00 p.m.) by completing the Public Comment Sign-Up Form.
Due to potential connectivity issues, we strongly encourage public comments be emailed. We apologize for this inconvenience, and appreciate your understanding.
The regularly scheduled Board of Commissioner meetings are listed below. Meetings begin promptly 4:00 p.m. and are held at EF&R Headquarters located at 175 Newport Way NW, Issaquah, WA 98027, unless otherwise stated. Notifications of Special Meetings shall be posted here.
January 6, 2020
February 10, 2020 (Includes Fire Benefit Charge Appeals Meeting)
Gloria Hatcher-Mays, Board Chair Anita Sandall, Board Vice Chair Alan Martin, Commissioner
Donald Smith, Commissioner Larry Rude, Commissioner
Board of Commissioners
King County Fire Protection District 10 is governed by a Board of Commissioners. Fire District 10 was formed in June 1941, after a number of hearings and a vote of the King County Commissioners. The new district was the largest in the county at that time and after several annexations, and with the City of Carnation merger in October 1990, the district has grown, and today is 110 square miles in size.
On January 1, 1999, the City of Issaquah and Fire District 10 combined to form Eastside Fire & Rescue. In January of 2000, the City of North Bend, Sammamish and Fire District 38 joined the consolidation and the partnership.