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“Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue is not selling Station 64”


Recently an article ran in the Kitsap Sun discussing the possible sale of Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue’s Station 64, located at 4065 Chico Way NW.  We would like to reassure the community that there are no plans to sell Station 64. 


During a Board of Fire Commissioners meeting in October 2013, a comment was made regarding the possibility of selling our Central Supply Building located next door to Station 64 at 4071 Chico Way NW.  Central Supply is housed in what was the old fire station.  The two properties are jointly referred to as 64.


Station 64 is a combination station.  Career firefighters operate out of Station 64 when our staffing levels allow.  Volunteer firefighters remain assigned to the station at all times.


Emergencies in Station 64’s response area are always covered by Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue.  


CKFR Mailing List

Would you like to receive department newsletters, information on upcoming events, and safety information you can use? Click below to join our mailing list.

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Home Escape Plan


Do you have a home fire escape plan?  It's important to know two ways out of each room and to practice the plan with all household members.  Click below to print an escape plan grid and make yours today!


CKFR Escape Plan Grid

Siren 2014

To read the latest edition of Central Litsap Fire & Rescue's Siren please click below.

Learn Heartsaver CPR for FREE!

Due to a generous donation by the Medic One Foundation, Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue will now be offering FREE Heartsaver CPR classes starting on July 10th and then every 3rd Thursday of the month starting in August.

Classes are limited to 25 participants and will be held at Station 41, 7600 Old Military Road NE, from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. 

You can call our main line, 360-447-3550, to reserve a spot.

Don't think learning CPR is important?  Check out a recent KOMO News story here that highlights what happened when one of our very own firefighters was struck by lightning as a child.

Also - please visit the Medic One Foundation page of our website.


Audit Report for CKFR

The Washington State Auditor's Office recently released its audit of Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue for the period of January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2012.

CKFR is audited every two years and has been free of findings for the past eight audits.   

For a complete look at the findings you may click the links below.

Accountability Audit Report

Financial Statements Audit Report

New Staffing Levels

Effective January 1, 2014, Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue's minimum staffing level was lowered from 19 to 17 per a decision made at the November Board of Commisioners' Regular Session Meeting.

A fact sheet outlining the budget challenges and overtime expenditures that led to that decision is available by clicking the link below.

Staffing Levels Fact Sheet

NEW - Bridge Policy

Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue has adopted a Board of Fire Commissioner's policy to not drive Fire District apparatus across roadways with limited access, culverts greater than 24 inches in diameter or bridges without a Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue load limit sign.

Signs will be provided and placed by CKFR after a copy of the form is return completed along with a copy of the engineers report.

If you received a letter from our department, or if you think your property falls into one of the categories above, please click the links below for further information and necessary forms.

Letter to Property Owners

Engineer Form - Apparatus Weight Chart

Frequently Asked Questions

Board of Commissioner's Policy - Using Limited Access Roadways, Bridges, and Culverts

Strategic Plan 2013 - 2015

Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue's Strategic Plan has been finalized and is available for viewing by clicking the cover picture below.



Fire Chief Scott Weninger

Chief Scott Weninger and CKFR are featured on the latest episode of Around Kitsap airing on Bremerton Kitsap Access Television (BKAT).  He discusses his first six months in office, department dynamics and where we're headed in the future. 

You can watch by clicking here!



Fire Chief Scott Weninger joined Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue on August 1, 2012 and was officially sworn in at the Board of Commissioners meeting on August 13, 2012.

Chief Weninger comes to us from Clackamas Fire District No.1 in Milwaukie, Oregon, where he served as Deputy Fire Chief.  He replaces Chief Roy Lusk who retired from Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue at the end of June.

We're proud to have him join our family!

You may e-mail Chief Weninger at sweninger@ckfr.org

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The Burn Ban is:

    Address Signs

At this time Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue does NOT have any address signs available. We're currently looking for funding so that we may continue the program, but in the meantime we encourage you to make sure your home is properly marked in case of emergency. You can find address sign materials at any home improvement store or local sign shop.

We'll update this site as soon as we're able to provide this service once again.  Thank you!



Medic One Foundation - Strategic Plan
The Central Kitsap Medic One Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that raises and manages charitable gifts for the benefit of the Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue Emergency Medical Services program.
Is Your Home a Mystery to Find?
Many Central Kitsap residents have already solved the hidden home mystery with highly visible address signs.
Emergency Medical Information
CKFR strives to provide timely and efficient patient care to those in need. You can assist us by making sure.
Firefighter Training: Anytime. Anywhere. We Are There!
Firefighters respond to many types of emergencies, each with different circumstances that require specialized skills and abilities.
Residents Are Getting First Hand Experience with Fire Extinguishers
Most fires start small and grow. That's why it is important to learn how and when to use a fire extinguisher.
Home Hazards Safety Checklist
Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue offers free home safety surveys.
Kitsap 9-11 Memorial Project

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