Records Request

NON-INJURY RECORD REQUESTS

Please email your request to records@esf-r.org and include the following information:

  • Address of response
  • Date of response and approximate time
  • Your contact name, address, and phone number

Please allow 5-10 business days for your records to be processed.

 

INJURY-RELATED RECORD REQUESTS

Please complete the Authorization Form and return completed form via email, or drop off at the Headquarters station:   

            Eastside Fire & Rescue

            175 Newport Way NW

            Issaquah, WA 98027

 

**Proof of identity is required in order to maintain compliance with HIPAA-Privacy Rules.  If mailing or emailing the authorization form, please include a copy of your current valid driver license.

 

For records that include documents associated with transportation billing for a recent incident, requests may take 10-15 business days.  For all other requests, please allow 5-10 business days for your records to be processed.

 

The following links are provided as a courtesy as we do not maintain records for the following:

 

ENVIRONMENTAL Records

Reports for underground and above ground storage tanks are maintained through City and County Permitting offices. Below is a list of these offices that are within Eastside Fire & Rescue’s jurisdiction.

Navigate within these websites to obtain their Public Record Request Forms.

City of Carnation http://www.carnationwa.gov/contact *contact main number City Hall

City of Issaquah  http://www.ci.issaquah.wa.us/ 

City of North Bend http://northbendwa.gov/

City of Sammamish https://www.sammamish.us/

King County (unincorporated)  http://www.kingcounty.gov/

 

HAZMAT Records

Please follow this link on the Dept. of Ecology website. It will assist you with specific property research associated with Hazardous Material storage.

 

911 AUDIO or WRITTEN Records

For records and information documenting call times, as well as resources dispatched to fire/aid calls within Eastside Fire & Rescue’s boundaries, submit your requests through NORCOM. The request form and submittal instructions can be found on the following link, NORCOM .

 

FIRE INVESTIGATION Reports

These records are primarily documented findings regarding the cause of a fire.  Please Note** Each fire is unique and may not require a fire investigator to complete a report. If a report is generated, use the following link KCSO Fire Investigation and Select “Submit a Public Records Request”. First time users will be required to create a user name and password. Follow the remaining instructions to complete your request.

 

KING COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE Records

These records pertain to any documentation made in the line of duty by a King County Sheriff’s Officer that substantiates generating a case number for their response. Use this link KCSO records, select “Submit a Public Records Request”. First time users will be required to create a user name and password. Follow the remaining instructions to complete your request.

 

ISSAQUAH, SNOQUALMIE, NORTH BEND POLICE DEPT Records

These records pertain to any documentation made in the line of duty by a Police Offer that substantiates generating a case number for their response. Use this link Police Records, select between Issaquah and Snoqualmie/North Bend Records Request. First time users will be required to create a user name and password. Follow the remaining instructions to complete your request.

 

WASHINGTON STATE PATROL Records

These records pertain to any documentation made in the line of duty by a WSP Offer that substantiates generating a case number for their response. The request form and submittal instructions can be found on the following link, WSP Records .