Our Spring hiring session is in full swing, and we are looking for qualified individuals seeking a rewarding career as a firefighter!

To be eligible, interested candidates must take the written test through Public Safety Testing ( www.publicsafetytesting.com) before we pull scores. We will pull scores on April 1st. Those selected to move forward will receive notice via email on April 8th.

A career with Renton RFA includes a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and the honor of serving our great city! For more information about the position, click here →
The 2019 Firefighter Stairclimb, benefiting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, went off without a hitch on March 10, 2019. Cancer is the leading cause of death among firefighters, making this cause near and dear to all of our hearts.

During the event, firefighters from around the country assembled to climb Seattle's tallest building - the Columbia Tower - in full gear. That is 138 flights of stairs!

20 Renton RFA firefighters, including Fire Chief Rick Marshall (right), participated in the event, which raises money for critical cancer research. The Renton RFA team raised nearly $20,000 for the cause. Chief Marshall finished the event in just 18 minutes! WAY TO GO TEAM!

Falls can happen anywhere, anytime. As we get older, they can also start to have a bigger impact on the injuries they cause and how they effects our independence. Here are some tips for avoiding falls for people of all ages →

As scary as it may seem, the potential for poisoning is all around us. From drain cleaner to laundry detergent, there are a host of chemicals we use every day. Here are some tips for keeping your family safe around these substances →
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Total number of responses: 1,522
We responded to a total of 1,522 incidents in the month of February. Of those, 11 are classified as Significant Incidents. To find out more information about the Significant Incidents that occurred throughout the community, click here →
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