Go inside Capitol Hill’s fire house: Station 25 tour Monday night

Around the clock, every day of the week, Fire Station 25 is working to keep the Hill safe. The station at 13th and Pine is a center of activity for the firefighters and medics who respond to incidents across Capitol Hill. It’s a vital component of life on the Hill and recent sad news from another part of the city is a good reminder of just how important the fire house is. You can learn more about the fire house and meet some of the people that make make it all work Monday night as part of the Capitol Hill Preparedness People tour of the station:

Come join your neighborhood emergency preparedness group for a tour of our local fire station! Learn what keeps the 208 firefighters on duty each day in Seattle busy, and get your questions answered.

Tour starts at 7 PM. Fires Station 25 is located at 1300 E Pine St.

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3 thoughts on “Go inside Capitol Hill’s fire house: Station 25 tour Monday night

  1. Almost certainly: fire stations often host tours of preschoolers – a good way to ensure that kids are not frightened by firefighters during a rescue.

  2. Had other plans, but, this is a great idea. I have the highest regard for the firefighters.

    Was this really for the public?

    Maybe the Chamber can sponsor a tour with a month of notice and outreach …