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Logistics

Lewis County Fire District 5 operates out of three stations with a total of two structural fire engines, one water tender, one rescue truck, two ambulances, three wildland fire engines, and two command vehicles. Unstaffed response stations provide apparatus and facilities most frequently used when additional staffing requests are made. Station staffing, location, and aparatus type at each station is a factor in assessing your Insurance Service Organization (ISO) rating. This effects how your insurance company assesses your access to fire protection and influences the rate which you pay.

Station 5-1 (staffed 24/7) - 115 E. Washington St, Napavine
The District's main station is located in downtown Napavine at 115 E. Washington St. Unless staff is attending to a call, this station is typically staffed by response personnel 24/7. Though staffing may be greater at times, minimum response staffing of this station includes a paramedic and an EMT/firefighter.

The following apparatus are housed at this station:
Station 5-2 (unstaffed)- 3300 Jackson Hwy, Chehalis
Located at 3300 Jackson Hwy, Station 5-2 is an unstaffed station.

The following apparatus are housed at this station:
Station 5-3 (unstaffed)- 4153 Jackson Hwy, Chehalis
Located at 4153 Jackson Hwy, Station 5-3 is an unstaffed station.

The following apparatus are housed at this station: