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Police / Fire Services
The Town contracts for police and fire services. If you need help from one of these agencies, please call 911. The 911 operators are trained to direct your call to the appropriate emergency or non-emergency channel.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Town contracts with the King County Sheriff for police services. As part of that contract, KCSO patrols the Town regularly and is also the agency that responds to all non-emergency calls. In the case of an emergency, the Washington State mutual-aid agreement ensures that the closest available police officer(s) will respond.
Please visit the King County Sheriff's Office webpage for more information.
The Town contracts with Bellevue Fire Department for fire services. As part of that contract, BFD responds to all calls for fire and medical emergencies placed through 911. In addition, BFD handles all fire-sprinkler plan reviews and permitting.
For more information, please visit the Bellevue Fire Department webpage.
Recreational Fires / Outdoor Burning
In 2019, the Town amended our outdoor burning code. The new code allows only recreational fires, ie "cooking fires and charcoal barbecues, campfires, and bonfires in designated areas or on private property for cooking, pleasure, or ceremonial purposes". All other outdoor burning is strictly prohibited. Please review both Chapter 8.15 Outdoor Burning and this public information sheet from the Bellevue Fire Department for details.
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