Our area has confirmed cases of novel coronavirus, as seen in other parts of the world and U.S. The majority of these illnesses are mild, with fever and cough.

Please be sure to keep informed from trusted sources. Visit the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department for more information in our area.

The following measures have been put in place in response to COVID-19 to protect West Pierce Fire & Rescue personnel from unnecessary exposures.

Public access
West Pierce Fire & Rescue will continue to operate and respond to 9-1-1 calls as business as usual, however, lobbies in all fire stations are currently closed to the public.

Blood pressure checks will not be offered and all scheduled community group meetings and station tours have been canceled, rescheduled or suspended. Residential smoke alarm installations, life jacket and helmet fittings, and other various community services will be conducted by appointment only.

Permitting services
Permitting services will now only be available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Station 20, located at 10928 Pacific Highway SW in Lakewood. While that lobby is closed, contractors requiring a permit shall call (253) 983-4583 and schedule a time for drop off and payments with the Prevention Division.

These changes will stay in effect indefinitely and will be evaluated at a later date as to when these services will resume to normal operations.

Vaccine Information
Need Help Registering for COVID vaccine? The Pierce County COVID-19 vaccine call center can help people needing assistance to sign up for vaccine events hosted by Pierce County.

Residents who qualify within the Washington State Phase Finder and cannot sign up for an event, can contact the call center at 253-798-8900.

Call center hours:
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The call center will help people sign up for Pierce County vaccine events or take their information for future events.

For additional assistance, please email pcvaccine@piercecountywa.gov.



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