IN THE BEGINNING:
The Town of Winthrop established its first fire department prior to 1945. In 2006, the Town elected to disband its fire department and contract with Okanogan County Fire District 6. The Winthrop FireFighters Association was formed to carry on the heritage and traditions of the Winthrop Station as an integral part of Okanogan County Fire District and the communities it serves. For more HISTORY, click HERE
CAN WE FIND YOU?
When you call for help, we are dispatched by address numbers. Prevent delay by posting your address where responders can see it easily, even on a dark and stormy night. Click HERE to order YOUR ADDRESS SIGN
The purpose of the Winthrop Firefighters Association is to promote and support the activities of its members while providing public safety and service to the community in which it serves.
Winthrop Washington has a long history of fire and firefighters. Although the town of Winthrop has a population of 375 residents, an average of 20,000 visitors may pass down main street. Winthrop is part of Okanogan County Fire District 6, a fire department that protects approximately 350 square miles. The Winthrop firefighters respond to an average of 100 emergency calls a year, train an average of 175 hours annually plus donate additional hours to the community for non-emergency events. The Winthrop Firefighters Association was formed to carry on the heritage and traditions of the Winthrop Station as an integral part of Okanogan County Fire District 6. Meet our membership HERE.