Corona Virus

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There are certainly far more questions than answers right now regarding the Corona Virus. As the community navigates through this period of uncertainty, the Fire District will do its best to communicate with the citizens. We always strive to provide accurate and informative information and will continue doing so as it becomes available. Our commitment to serving the citizens is our foremost priority. Rest assured that we are taking steps to protect our emergency responders in order to maintain our ability to respond to the needs of our community.

For non-emergency needs, the public can call 2-1-1 or the new direct line to Clallam County at 1(833)492-0834.  Both numbers are ringing to the same location. The public can be connected to many essential resources through that line such as food, shelter, transportation, health care services, and more. We are asking the public to please keep the 9-1-1 lines free for emergencies so that we can respond quickly when seconds can make the difference between life and death.


2020-1002 - Sequim COVID Relief Food Care Package Distribution Continues Twice Monthly

Community Distribution Center Video

8-17-2020 - Sequim Food Care Package Distribution Location Change

6-1-2020 - Food Care Package Distribution Begins 6/3/2020

5-1-2020 - Sequim Donation Drop-Off Center Closed

4-24-2020 - Donation Drop-Off Center - Reduction in Hours

4-16-2020, CERT Team Supports COVID-19 Response

4-8-2020, Press Release - Shopping Etiquette

4-6-2020, Press Release - Information Boards in the Sequim Area

3-30-2020, Press Release - Open Public Meetings Act

3-30-2020, Press Release - Public Records Act

3-20-20, Press Release - Essential Services

Statement from Chief Regarding the Pandemic

3-18-20, Fire District 3 Precautions Regarding COVID-19

Helpful Resources:

Food Bank Distribution Information

COVID 19 Fact Sheet