Fire Chief Paul Dean
Hoquiam Fire Department
Phone: (360) 538-3960
Fax: (360) 532-3340
The goal of the Hoquiam Fire Department is to provide our citizens with the highest degree of life safety and property protection. We will accomplish this through the extension of fire prevention programs, aggressive fire suppression measures and advanced life support and emergency medical services.
I would also like to thank the Citizens of Hoquiam for your support and cooperation. It is with your help that we were able to maintain staffing levels and upgrade apparatus, equipment and facilities. These improvements allow us to continue the high level of service that our citizens, deservingly, have come to expect.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of any service.
Did you know?
Persons who are Medicaid eligible and who reside in a nursing facility, boarding home, adult family home, or receive in-home services are eligible for an exemption in the Ambulance Utility Rate. If you meet the criteria above or wish to learn more click here to download flyer and application. Please (360) 538-3969 Ext. 217 if you have any questions.
Grays Harbor County Emergency Management urges all county residents to sign up for the
Grays Harbor County Notification System where you will receive a phone call, an e-mail and a text message prior to severe storms or when flooding is expected.
The notice will also be helpful following any natural disaster event when we can provide information on where to receive medical attention, shelter, food or any other assistance needed. Please
sign up for the emergency notifications and tell your friends and neighbors.
Working Together for Home Fire Safety
More than 3,400 Americans die each year in fires and approximately 17,500 are injured. An overwhelming number of fires occur in the home. There are time-tested ways to prevent and survive a fire. It's not a question of luck. It's a matter of planning ahead....learn more about fire safety
Over the years Hoquiam's Emergency Medical Response Unit have benefited from your generous contributions to this fund. Thank you for your support. If you wish to make a donation you may due so by contacting the Hoquiam Fire Department.
WE WANT YOU TO VOLUNTEER The Hoquiam Police Department is looking for additional Senior Citizen Volunteers, over the age of 50, to join our successful Crime Watch program! Supporting your Community Volunteers are provided with a uniform, training, and a Crime Watch patrol vehicle to:
Historic Preservation Commission The primary duty of the Hoquiam historic preservation commission is to initiate and maintain a register of historic properties and review proposed changes to register properties. The commission shall also promote awareness and preservation of Hoquiam’s