Kids Safety Zone

Teaching children about fire safety and injury prevention can be the difference between a healthy life-style or life-altering injuries.

Mission Statement

To promote fire and life safety among the citizens of EF&R. The Agency provides fire and injury prevention as well as emergency preparedness programs through training, education, and the application of known prevention principles.

Goals & Objectives

Effective fire and life safety programs do not just happen, they are well-conceived goals and objectives that address real problems in our community. EF&R has a vested interest in offering a variety of programs and in educating the community. Fire safety and injury prevention, emergency planning, and teaching safe practices makes our community healthier.

Customer Service & Professionalism

EF&R is dedicated to outstanding customer service and professionalism. We are consistently involved in public education and emergency planning and will assist in answering any questions or requests you may have.

Public Interaction

Media and public information includes ongoing activities to ensure EF&R has a strong public image. Public interaction and information is often conducted through the media via television, radio, newspapers, social media sites, and other publications. EF&R strives to work closely with the media as a critical source and tool in providing fire safety education and emergency preparedness.

Current Educational Programs K-12:

Contact Captain Steve Johnson at
(425) 313-3247 or
for details and scheduling. 


  • Hidden in Plain Sight – Educating parents on teen behaviors that may warrant closer observation
  • Choices – Parking Lot presentations and recreations of DUI accidents
  • Think Again – Classroom education on Drinking and Driving consequences
  • Car Seat Inspections – Information and hands-on assistance on infant car seats
  • What is a Firefighter? – Elementary School presentation
  • Life Vest Loaner Program – New program at Lake Sammamish boat launch
  • Fire Station Tours/Visits – Schedule a tour with your class or cub scout/girl scout troop at a local Fire Station, or request the crew to come visit your class.
  • Observer Program – Spend a block of time with a fire crew and observe them during an emergency response