Fire Chief Brad Martin
Headquarters Station No. 31
7650 Oak Bay Road
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Business Hours: 8am-4:30pm, Mon-Fri
August 14, 2012
Martin named Chief for Port Ludlow Fire District
September 21, 2011
PLFR Appoints Ed Davis as Fire Commissioner
June 27, 2011
Three Graduate Fire Academy with Honors
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OK - you changed your clocks... did you change your batteries or are they still on your "To Do" list?
Outdoor Burning allowed
Burn Permits available at Station 31
7650 Oak Bay Road
PLF&R Fire Fit
The PLF&R Fire Fit newsletter is a quarterly publication produced by PLF&R members with articles on health and wellness.
See PLF&R wellness to download copies of the current and previous issues of Fire Fit.
Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue is a dedicated group of fire service professionals who deeply care about the community and citizens that they protect. Serving a community of approximately 5000 residents, we currently operate out of three facilities. Two of the stations (Fire Station No. 31 and No. 33) have full-time firefighters and emergency medical technicians and all of our facilities are supplemented with volunteer staff. The District serves the areas known as the Port Ludlow Master Planned Resort (North Bay and South Bay), Mats Mats...
Residents in Washington and other states have reported receiving calls from someone requesting money for 9-1-1 services. THIS IS A SCAM. Any request for 9-1-1 funds over the phone is a fraud, and residents who receive these calls should hang up and report the suspicious call...
Resident and Volunteer Firefighter, EMT, and Support Volunteer Opportunities: Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue is accepting applications on a continuous basis for Volunteer and Resident Firefighter positions...
Bulbs and Rhodies are blooming, Spring is here; however it's still cool enough out that some of us are using our fireplaces. Remember to see our Seasonal Safety Tips section for information on timely topics.
Exercise and physical activity are good for just about everyone, including older adults. No matter what your health and physical abilities, you can gain a lot by staying active. In fact, in most cases, you can have more to lose by not being active...