RIVERSIDE FIRE AUTHORITY

SERVING OUR NEIGHBORS IN:

CENTRALIA

HANAFORD VALLEY

SEMINARY HILL

COOKS HILL

LINCOLN CREEK

INDEPENDENCE

GARRARD CREEK

About Us

Formation and Services

The Riverside Fire Authority (RFA) was officially established on January 1, 2008. The RFA joined the existing resources from the Centralia Fire Department and Lewis County Fire District 12 to provide fire and emergency medical services to the city of Centralia and the surrounding neighborhoods. The Riverside Fire Authority provides the following high quality fire, rescue and EMS services: Fire Suppression, Rescue and Hazardous Materials Responses Emergency Medical Aid and Advanced Life Support Fire and Life Safety Inspections, Public Fire Safety and Prevention Education, Fire Investigation Services, and Construction Fire Code Plan Review.
RIVERSIDE FIRE AUTHORITY 1818 Harrison Avenue Centralia, Washington 98531
We’re YOUR fire department.
STATION 1512 N. Pearl StreetCentralia(360) 330-9854Career Staffed Station STATION 21818 Harrison AvenueCentralia(360) 736-3975Career Staffed Station STATION 3161 Big Hanaford RoadCentraliaVolunteer Station STATION 42378 Seminary Hill RoadCentralia(360) 736-1693Volunteer Station STATION 53715 Cooks Hill RoadCentralia(360) 736-3728Volunteer Station STATION 62237 Lincoln Creek RoadCentralia(360) 807-8719Volunteer Station STATION 7649 Independence RoadRochesterVolunteer Station STATION 81220 Garrard Creek RoadOakvilleVolunteer Station Station Locations
The Riverside Fire Authority responds to all 9-1-1 calls, and requests for medical assistance within it's response area and neighboring communities, if needed. Fire fighters responding on engines and medic units provide initial assessment, care, and treatment of sick and injured patients. Transport of these patients to hospitals is primarily provided by American Medical  Response.  When private ambulances are not available, Riverside Fire Authority paramedics and emergency medical technicians are fully equipped and trained to transport patients to regional hospitals. In additon, Riverside Fire Authority provides back-up transport services to all agencies under contract with American Medical Response in Lewis County and the City of Oakville in Grays Harbor  County.  Initial care of patients is performed by Riverside Fire Authority firefighters who are trained as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), and Paramedics. All Riverside Fire Authority stations are capable of providing Basic Life Support (BLS) service, which includes such skills as CPR and AED (Automated External Defibrillator), oxygen and airway management, and trauma care. In addition to our BLS service, our career staffed stations are equipped and capable of providing Advanced Life Support (ALS) service, which includes intravenous therapy, advanced cardiac care with 12-lead EKG interpretation, medication administration, advanced airway techniques, and more  invasive treatments and monitoring, as needed.
RIVERSIDE FIRE AUTHORITY

SERVING OUR NEIGHBORS IN:

CENTRALIA

HANAFORD VALLEY

SEMINARY HILL

COOKS HILL

LINCOLN CREEK

INDEPENDENCE

GARRARD CREEK

About Us

Formation and Services

The Riverside Fire Authority (RFA) was officially established on January 1, 2008. The RFA joined the existing resources from the Centralia Fire Department and Lewis County Fire District 12 to provide fire and emergency medical services to the city of Centralia and the surrounding neighborhoods. The Riverside Fire Authority provides the following high quality fire, rescue and EMS services: Fire Suppression, Rescue and Hazardous Materials Responses Emergency Medical Aid and Advanced Life Support Fire and Life Safety Inspections, Public Fire Safety and Prevention Education, Fire Investigation Services, and Construction Fire Code Plan Review.
RIVERSIDE FIRE AUTHORITY 1818 Harrison Avenue Centralia, Washington 98531
We’re YOUR fire department.
STATION 1512 N. Pearl StreetCentralia(360) 330-9854Career Staffed Station STATION 21818 Harrison AvenueCentralia(360) 736-3975Career Staffed Station STATION 3161 Big Hanaford RoadCentraliaVolunteer Station STATION 42378 Seminary Hill RoadCentralia(360) 736-1693Volunteer Station STATION 53715 Cooks Hill RoadCentralia(360) 736-3728Volunteer Station STATION 62237 Lincoln Creek RoadCentralia(360) 807-8719Volunteer Station STATION 7649 Independence RoadRochesterVolunteer Station STATION 81220 Garrard Creek RoadOakvilleVolunteer Station Station Locations
The Riverside Fire Authority responds to all 9-1-1 calls, and requests for medical assistance within it's response area and neighboring communities, if needed. Fire fighters responding on engines and medic units provide initial assessment, care, and treatment of sick and injured patients. Transport of these  patients to hospitals is primarily provided by American Medical  Response.  When private ambulances are not available, Riverside Fire Authority paramedics and emergency medical technicians are fully equipped and trained to transport patients to regional hospitals. In additon, Riverside Fire Authority provides back-up transport services to all agencies under contract with American  Medical Response in Lewis County and the City of Oakville in  Grays Harbor County.  Initial care of patients is performed by Riverside Fire Authority firefighters who are trained as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), and Paramedics. All Riverside Fire Authority stations are capable of providing Basic Life Support (BLS) service, which includes such skills as CPR and AED (Automated External Defibrillator), oxygen and airway management, and trauma care. In addition to our BLS service, our career staffed stations are equipped and capable of providing Advanced Life Support (ALS) service, which includes intravenous therapy, advanced cardiac care with 12-lead EKG interpretation, medication administration, advanced airway techniques, and more  invasive treatments and monitoring, as needed.