Who We Are

Benton County Fire Protection District #4 is a special service district that provides fire protection and Emergency Medical service to the City of West Richland and surrounding county areas. The fire district was established in 1954 and encompasses 52 square miles. Our calls for service include structure fires, wild land fires, citizen assists, emergency medical calls, vehicle accidents, water rescues, and hazardous materials incidents.
We are comprised of a combination staff including 16 career staff and 35 volunteers. We operate out of two stations that house 12 fire apparatus, and 4 command/staff vehicles.
We have several members that are on specialized Tri-County Teams such as Technical Rescue, and the South East Washington Incident Management Team.

Facts about BCFD4 - 2020 edition