PUBLIC MEETINGS 
Questions about the Bond on the Ballot? Please join us for an upcoming meeting:

  • July 28, 2018 (9:00 a.m.) Station 420 at 2604 Bombing Range Rd., West Richland
  • August 2, 2018 (5:30 p.m.) Station 420 


Previous meetings were help to receive input from the community:
March 22, 2018 at 6 p.m. - Station 420 (2604 Bombing Range)
April 5, 2018 at 6 p.m. - Station 420

IN THE NEWS

 

NBC Right Now - July 17, 2018 
Two local fire chiefs share personal stories in support of proposed bond, levy

​Tri-City Herald - July 17, 2018
Letter: 17 minutes too long


NBC RightNow - June 21, 2018

Fire chief fields unusual questions about ballot measure


Tri-City Herald  March 20, 2018

Our Voice: Fire districts need money so they can get to you faster


Tri-City Herald  March 7, 2018
Letter: Info meetings set for fire district bond


KEPR-TV February 19, 2018 
Benton County Fire District 4 rallying neighbors in support of 2018 bond

Tri-City Herald February 18, 2018 
A 17-minute wait for an ambulance is too long, Benton fire district says

KVEW-TV February 5, 2018 ​
Benton County Fire asking voters to help fund a new fire station

​NBC Right Now - August 29, 2017
Insurance rating improves for Benton County Fire District 4

Tri-City Herald - August 7, 2017 
Letter: Emergency response times too slow 

KEPR TV - April 17, 2017
Benton County Fire District 4 buys plot of land, potential new fire station 


MEDIA RELEASES


Meetings Planned for Ballot Measures Funding Emergency Services - July 17, 2018


Fire Chief Fields Unusual Questions About Ballot Measure - June 21, 2018


Board of Fire Commissioners Passes Resolution for Station, Apparatus - April 20, 2018


Board of Fire Commissioners to Meet on Bond Resolution - March 16, 2018 


Benton County Fire District 4 Plans for Population Growth - February 1, 2018


 

NBC RightNow - June 21, 2018

Fire chief fields unusual questions about ballot measure

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Bond measure ON AUGUST 2018 BALLOT

Our community is growing, and we have a plan to respond.

 

Call volumes have increased 62.5% since 2010. This is reflective of the population increase in the City of West Richland and the unincorporated areas we serve. Interestingly enough, the fire district has a history of building a station every 20 years, and we’re right on track.

Our Board of Fire Commissioners have voted to place a bond issue on the August Primary Election ballot. The bond would be for 20 years or less, and cost 28-cents per $1,000 of assessed value ($7 per month for the owner of a $300,000 home).


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

For answers to common questions about the bond, please click here.  

Benton County Fire District #4