The Brinnon Fire Department protects approximately 131 square miles of rural Jefferson County, Washington. Established in 1959. The district contains vast wilderness including the Olympic National Forest and land managed by the US Forest Service and Department of Natural Resources.
Brinnon is small rural town with a Post Office, Marina, State Parks, and abundant recreational opportunities from hiking and camping to water activities. We are located along US Highway 101 between Olympia and Port Angeles.
Brinnon Fire employees five full-time positions, including Fire Fighter/EMT's and an administrative assitant/office manager.
The department also relies on a very dedicated and talented volunteer staff. Fire and EMS services are provided 24/7 from our headquarters stations, and two other outlying stations are staffed by volunteers.