Blood Pressure Checks
The Olympia Fire Department offers free blood pressure checks for citizens at all four stations from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Citizen Ride Along Program
The Olympia Fire Department offers citizens the opportunity to observe the fire department at work through the Citizen Ride Along Program. The Program is open to all persons sixteen years of age or older. Persons wishing to participate in a Citizen Ride Along, must read, complete and sign a form, including the liability waiver, prior to being considered for permission to ride. If you are interested in applying for a ride along please contact (360) 753-8348, or email@example.com
The Olympia Fire Department's Emergency Medical Service incident reports contain private health information. Disclosure and access of such records must comply with RCW 70.02 (Medical Records - health care information access and disclosure).
Medical information is strictly confidential and cannot be released to anyone other than the patient unless the patient has signed a release of information document authorizing the second party to obtain the medical incident report. The requesting party will be required to present a valid identification.
Many records requests are filled the same day your request form is received. However, you should prepared to allow up to five (5) business days to receive a response to your request. In most cases, a report will be released within that five day period, but, in some instances (such as reports that are old enough to have been archived), reciept of a report can take longer. In that event, you will be notified in writing of the fact that your request will take longer than five days to complete, and you will be given a target date for when you should expect the material.
To request a copy of a medical incident report, please call 360.753.8348 or come to our Headquarters Station, 100 Eastside Street NE, Olympia during business hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Legal firms may mail medical requests to:
Olympia Fire Department
100 Eastside Street NE
Olympia, WA 98506
Communities throughout the Pacific Northwest are subject to a number of potential natural disasters. While we all hope that such occurrences never happen, it has been shown time and time again that being prepared for disasters is prudent. Proper planning and preparation will help you and your family be more comfortable in the event that your home is damaged. For training contact 360.709.2719.
- All-Hazards Preparedness Presentation (pdf)
- FAQ about Earthquake Preparedness (pdf)
- Severe Weather Preparedness (pdf)
The Olympia Fire Department schedules guided station tours for groups of 24 or less on Mondays at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. To schedule a tour call 360.753.8348 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.