Northshore Fire Commissioners Board vaccancies need to be filled

The board is looking to fill two positions and is now accepting applications.

Northshore Fire Department logo

Northshore Fire Department logo

The Northshore Fire Department, serving the cities of Lake Forest Park and Kenmore, has two vacant Fire Commissioner Positions: Position 1 and Position 3. Fire Commissioners act as the board of directors for the department.

Those interested in serving your community as a Fire Commissioner, can submit a letter of interest and statement of qualifications to the District Board Secretary. Letters must be received at the email or address below no later than 5:00 pm on Thursday, July 29th, 2021.

District Board Secretary Amy Oakley

7220 NE 181st Street

Kenmore, WA 98028

Phone: 425-354-1780

Candidates selected for follow-up interviews will be notified by Wednesday, August 4, 2021.

Interviews by the Board of Fire Commissioners will be conducted August 9 through 13th, 2021.

Appointments will be made no later than August 17, 2021, according to a press release from the fire department.

All those who apply must reside and be registered to vote within the fire District. The fire district boundary is consistent with the city boundaries of Lake Forest Park and Kenmore. The term for Fire Commissioner Position 1 runs through December 2022. Position 3 runs through December 2021.

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