Car Seat Check Station
Did you know, 8 out of 10 car seats are installed incorrectly? A properly
restrained child increases life safety in the event of a collision. If you have
questions about car seat checks or would like to schedule an appointment, please
refer to our Car Seat brochure for agencies who can help. Please note a car seat
check can take 30-60 minutes, depending on the type of vehicle and car seat.
We can provide you with a properly fitted ski/snowboard helmet for $25. Sizes
are Small, Medium, & Large. Please contact our Main Office at 425.334.3034, if
you'd like to set up an appointment.
Blood Pressure Checks
You are welcome to stop by Station 81 or Station
82 anytime. As long as crews are available they are happy to take your
blood pressure for
you! Station 81 is located at 12409 – 21st Street NE, Lake Stevens and
Station 82 is located at 9811 Chapel Hill Road, Lake Stevens.
If you are interested in setting up a station tour, please contact our Main
Office at 425.334.3034.
We can provide you with a properly fitted bike helmet for $10. Please contact
our Main Office at 425.334.3034, if you'd like to set up an appointment.
Does your home have working smoke detectors in all bedrooms? Feel free to call
our Main Office at 425.334.3034 for further information.
Reflective Address Signs
Is your home address easily visible from the road? Don't wait until an emergency
to find out! Visit
to purchase a sign at a reasonable price.
Lake Stevens Fire is a member of
the Safe Kids Snohomish County Coalition out of Providence
Medical Center in Everett. The county coalition is structured
after Safe Kids Worldwide. One of the focuses for injury
prevention is the proper use of Life Jackets for Water Safety.
Lake Stevens Fire in partnership with Safe Kids Snohomish County
has implemented a “Life Jacket Loaner Program” at Wyatt Park in
Lake Stevens. In addition, there is a life jacket cabinet at the
Lake Stevens downtown boat launch. Other sites doing the same in
the county are Martha Lake, Silver Lake, Twin Lakes, Kayak
Point, and Marysville, Monroe and Index Fire Department. These
programs are being well received and life jackets are being used
on a consistent basis.
Rangers are assisting with the program by opening and closing the storage bins
each day. As a life jacket is borrowed, citizens are asked to fill out a
liability release form (once is required for the season), write in date and size
borrowed that day on log sheet, and return jacket to cabinet by 7 p.m. that
program was patterned after a similar program in place in King County. So far
the program has been met with great success. Thank you citizens for helping to
sustain a vital prevention program.