We want to thank the community for their support of our fire levy lid lift in the August 2 Primary Election. Thanks to your support, Fire District 5 will now have sustainable funding that will support the hiring of three additional firefighters, including a paramedic, at the new Station 11 that will serve the Orchards-Sifton area beginning this fall.
We will also be able to add several more emergency response units to serve the greater Vancouver community over the next 18 to 24 months. These new positions will help us cover growing demand for services and improve response times across the district.
We would also like to thank our firefighters for sharing information about our first voter-approved funding request in 30 years.
We’re proud to serve the community and grateful for your support. We’ll continue to share information with you and report back when we make progress on these service improvements.
The lid lift returned the fire levy rate to $1.25 per $1,000 assessed property value and will take effect January 1, 2023.
Thank you, again, for your support.
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Which Levy is for Where? - June 1, 2022
Learn More About Clark County Fire District 5 - April 18, 2022
Board of Fire Commissioners Passes Resolution for Lid Lift March 16, 2022
IN THE NEWS
The Columbian - July 13, 2022
Fire District 5 to hold virtual public meeting
The Reflector – April 4, 2022
Letter to the editor: We need help to provide an effective emergency response
The Columbian - March 17, 2022
Fire District 5 votes to put levy lift on ballot
The Columbian – March 5, 2022
Fire departments encouraged by levy win - Several county agencies consider asking their voters for help, as well
The Columbian – March 2, 2022
Clark County Fire District 5 may put levy lift on Aug. 2 ballot