A special meeting of the NORTH WHIDBEY FIRE AND RESCUE

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS is scheduled for Tuesday, August 5th, 2014 at 9:00am

 Location:

Administration Building

770 NE Midway Blvd. #201

(Conference Room)

Oak Harbor, WA  98277

 

Agenda:

Award of Bid for Tender-Pumper

Trucks & Equipment

 

We are now offering CPR courses!

 

North Whidbey Fire & Rescue is proud to offer CPR courses to the public. We offer the following courses:

CPR/AED/First Aid

CPR/AED only

First Aid only

"Friends & Family" CPR - a free 45 minute course that is not certifiable

BLS Healthcare Provider (minimum group of 5)

 

All courses are $25 excluding the Friends & Family course. These courses are held on the second Saturday of every month. Upon completion you will receive an American Heart Association card that is valid for 2 years. Please contact the District Office at 360-675-1131 to inquire about our classes or to sign up.

 

Read more: Public Education - CPR

From high seas to sunny days, the waters of Puget Sound can be both beautiful and dangerous. In case an emergency situation arises while you are afloat, North Whidbey Fire and Rescue's - Marine Search and Rescue Team is ready and willing to go the distance. The MSAR team is composed of several specialist firefighters that have gone through intensive training in performing rescue operations in and around the waters of Whidbey Island. With almost 30 miles of shoreline in our response area, the MSAR team's area of operations extends from just off the shores of Ft. Ebey, north around Deception Pass St. Park and back south to Oak Harbor and Penn Cove. Generous cooperation from NAS Whidbey Island and the Washington State Parks provide for launching Marine 25, a 2002 Northwind Extreme Rescue Boat from points closest to the location of an incident. Powered by twin Yamaha 115 outboard motors, Marine 25 can swiftly and safely ply the often tumultuous waters of Puget Sound. NWFR's MSAR Team is also proud to partner with the Island County Sheriff's Office in the cross training of several crewmen to operate the ICSO unit Victor 70 for search and rescue operations.