Your Fire Department

Fire Chief Eric Hicks

The Everett Fire Department is a community-based emergency service provider dedicated to public safety and quality of life.

We are proud of our place in the community, our dedication to the citizens of Everett, and our contribution to this City.

The men and women of the Everett Fire Department are highly trained professionals who go about their daily tasks with integrity and compassion.

We strive to meet goals and standards to make our Department more effective and we are working within economic constraints to make our Department more efficient.

I am honored to serve the City of Everett as Fire Chief and I am proud of the exceptional team of firefighters, paramedics, officers, civilians and staff that support Everett’s citizens every day.

Thank you and be safe!

Eric Hicks
Fire Chief


The Everett Fire Department employs 177 personnel - 145 firefighters, 32 paramedics, and 11 civilians - who serve over 104,000 residents across 45 square miles.

Equipment & Teams

Throughout the city limits of Everett, Everett’s firefighters respond from 6 fire stations with 7 fire engines, 2 ladder trucks, 1 aid unit, 3 paramedic units and 1 battalion chief command unit. The department also supports a Hazardous Materials Team and Technical Rescue Teams.

Everett Fire Department operates a 4-platoon department on duty 24 hours a day 7 days a week. In 2014 the department responded to more than 21,000 fire and emergency medical incidents.

Incident Maps

Maps showing incident types and locations the Fire Department responded to both citywide and by neighborhood are available. Also, you can find out more about your Fire Department by looking through our annual reports.