Fire Department

Heston With Cougar

Message From the Chief

Welcome to the City of Pullman Fire Department website. I am honored to serve as your Fire Chief and lead a highly respected department with outstanding men and women here to serve you and the community.

The goal of the website is to provide insight into our department, helpful information and the services that we provide.

Our department is an all-risk, all-hazards fire agency proudly serving the City of Pullman, which is a diverse, vibrant and growing city of approximately 35,000 residents that is also home to Washington State University. Pullman Fire Department utilizes an extremely dedicated and highly trained team of career and reserve firefighters responding out of two stations to efficiently deliver a broad range of outstanding services to the residents. We also provide paramedic level medical transport services to Whitman County Fire District 4, 12 and the City of Palouse.

Members who work at the Pullman Fire Department experience one of the most diverse, vibrant, educated and safest communities to work, appreciate, raise a family and even retire in. Located in the Palouse region of southeastern Washington, residents experience all four seasons, which continually highlight the breathtaking rolling hills of the beautiful rural farmland nestled against the Rocky Mountains. The region is highly noted for its scenic drives, infinite outdoor experiences, Pac 12 college athletics, concerts and theatres, numerous festivals and local farmers markets providing a quality of life that is second to none.

On behalf of the firefighters, officers and staff of the fire department, I would like to offer our appreciation to the residents of our great community for their generous support they provide. We would love to hear from you if you have any questions, suggestions or would like further information on any of our programs or services. Please do not hesitate to stop by one of our fire stations or contact us through our website or social media.

Thank you for the opportunity to serve,

Mike Heston, Fire Chief

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Emergency:  DIAL 9-1-1

Non-Emergency Dispatch: (509) 332-2521

Business Office: (509) 338-3270

After Hours Captain's Phone: (509) 338-3275

Ambulance Transport Billing Services: (800) 238-9398
Fax: (360) 394-7094