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Lummi Island Fire District #11

As of April 1, 2018, Fire danger conditions are at



DoorCloseThe Close Your Door safety initiative comes as the result of over 10 years of research by the Underwriters’ Laboratories (UL) Firefighter Safety Research Institute (FSRI).  After proving that a Closed Door could potentially save lives in a fire, UL FSRI has committed to share this finding with the world.


FSRI analyzed the effect of doors and windows on a fire’s spread. Bedrooms on the first and second floor of a home were tested during the scenario.

Using hundreds of temperature sensors, researchers found that Closed-Door rooms on both floors during the fire’s spread had average temperatures of less than 100 degrees Fahrenheit versus 1000+ degrees in the open-door rooms. “You could see a markable difference that a person could be alive in a room with a closed door much longer,”

Gas concentrations were markedly different as well. The open-door bedroom measured an extremely toxic 10,000 PPM CO (parts per million of Carbon Monoxide), while the Closed Door had approximately 100 PPM CO.  Exposure to CO at a concentration of 400 ppm will cause headaches in 1 to 2 hours; in 3 to 5 hours the same concentration can lead to unconsciousness and death. 1,200 ppm is considered Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH)

The Lummi Island Fire Department has a proud history of service to our community. The men and women of the Lummi Island Fire Department are professional volunteers who strive to protect the community from fires, injuries, and other emergencies. We are a volunteer full-service fire department providing a range of emergency and non-emergency services to the citizens of Lummi Island and our community.

The Lummi Island Fire Department strives to provide the highest level of life and property protection services through an aggressive and progressive fire control system, an integrated county wide pre-hospital care system, fire prevention, public education, and emergency management.

We provide suppression and prevention programs, expeditious pre-hospital care, and effective scene management. We will stand ready to support and assist other fire service organizations in accomplishing their missions.

Please browse the site and if there is anything you have questions about do not hesitate to contact us.








Letter From The Chief

Welcome to the web site.  This site was developed to provide information about one of the largest businesses in this small remote community and links to other information pertaining to safety.  The fact is that this is the people’s fire department, for they provide the funding through their hard-earned tax dollars and elect the governing body to oversee its efficient operation.  The generous support of this community is greatly appreciated by the volunteers and the elected officials.







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