South King Fire & Rescue’s first of three town hall meetings will be at 6 p.m. TONIGHT – Thursday, Jan. 29 – at Des Moines fire station #67, located at 2238 S 223rd Street. They are conducting a series of Town Hall/Community Conversation Meetings (Special Board of Commissioners meetings) to gather feedback on their capital needs now and in the foreseeable future. The public is welcome to attend any of these meetings to learn more about the fire department that protects our communities. This will be an excellent forum to ask questions, clarify information, and give input to the District about the proposed Firefighter Safety and Emergency Response Bond Measure. The other meetings:

  • Feb. 3rd at station #62 at 31617 1st Ave S, Federal Way at 6 p.m.
  • Feb. 5th at station #61 at 3202 S 360th, Auburn at 6 p.m.
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One reply on “South King Fire & Rescue holding three Town Meetings”

  1. Man just one bond and levy after another we got no more to give we are taxed out as it is, enough already.
    This is just one more reason to Reject the Half a Billion Dollar Highline School Bond and Levy, Police and Fire over new schools.

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