Eastside Fire & Rescue wants community input on strategic plans for future

The department will offer a survey and will host several open house meetings through April.

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Eastside Fire & Rescue is asking for community feedback through an online survey and a series of public open houses as they gather information during the next month to help inform the development of their 2023–2027 strategic plan.

To take part in the online survey visit: https://bit.ly/EFRSurvey

Eastside Fire & Rescue hopes to facilitate in-depth conversations with those who do not wish to participate online or would like further engagement from their fire department. The Strategic Plan aims to set goals and objectives reflective of the communities EF&R serves.

Public open houses will take place at these dates and locations:

Wednesday, April 6th

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

EF&R Station 73

1280 NE Park Dr, Issaquah

Wednesday, April 13th

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

EF&R Station 85

3600 Tolt Ave, Carnation

Tuesday, April 19th

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

EF&R Station 31

17718 Woodinville-Snohomish Road, Woodinville

Wednesday, April 20th

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

EF&R Station 87

500 Maloney Grove Ave SE, North Bend

Tuesday, April 26th

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

EF&R Station 83

3425 Issaquah Pine Lake Road SE, Sammamish

Wednesday, April 27th

6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

EF&R Station 78

20720 SE May Valley Road, Issaquah

Residents of the area, commuters, and families of nearby schools are invited to discuss EF&R and the service area. Community members are welcome to stop by anytime during the open house hours and staff will be available for discussion and answer any questions.

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