Firefighter Training Schedule     



Omak Fire Department Practice/Training:
                      7PM Every Wednesday excluding holidays


First Wednesday of each month:
 6PM Officers Meeting 7PM General Meeting


Retired Members With 25 Years or More of Service



Rick Baldwin
Cal Bowling, Retired Fire Chief
Eddie Freel
Joe Gariano
Jerry Gregerson
Darrell Harris
Steve James
Brian Pyper

Scott Robbins
Bob Roberts

Les Sutton

Dave Womack

Jeff Harris





1 Years of Service

Thomas McNulty, Donnie Smith


10 Years of Service

Audie Gann


15 Years of Service

Aaron Stanley

30 Years of Service

Steve Clark



                      Our Mission Statement



The mission of the Omak Volunteer Fire Department is to provide protection of life, property and the environment. Accomplished through fire suppression, fire prevention education, rescue operations and community involvement. With resources allocated and the authority granted we will provide to the citizens and visitors of the City of Omak quality cost effective emergency services.

Susie Ortiz

Aaron Stanley


Omak Fire Department Volunteers 



        Fire Prevention Tips



Protection, Planning and Practice

Approximately 80% of all United States fire deaths occur in the home. Every year fire kills approximately six thousand Americans. Ensure the safety of your family by following 3 P's Program: Protection, Planning and Practice.

     Omak Fire Hall Contacts

Fire Chief Kevin Bowling
Phone: 509-826-0760
Located at 16 North Ash Street

Justin Osborne


Kevin Bowling
Fire Chief


Not Pictured



Tom Brantner

Chris Bowling

Brien Bowling

Steve Clark

Nick Christoph

Brad Freel

Audie Gann

Fire District 3 Commissioner


Bill Joseph

Ray Lamb


2016 Line Officers


Assistant Chief
Dan Wood

Bill Joseph
Ray Lamb

Tom Brantner
Justin Osborne
Aaron Stanley

2016 Business Officers

President, Thomas McNulty
Vice President, Brien Bowling
Secretary, Torie Sloan
Treasurer, Janell Bowling
Trustee, Dan Wood
Safety Officer, Chris Bowling
Safety Officer, Nick Christoph


Les Sutton

Chad Sheets

Dan Wood
Assistant Chief


Darren Pfitzer


The Omak Volunteer Fire Dept. held its 2015 banquet Saturday, February 20, 2016.

2015 was the second busiest year in the history of the Omak Fire Department with 355 calls for service. There were 170 calls inside the City and 185 call in Fire District #3, which also includes calls to other jurisdictions. Of the 355 calls, 103 were fires, 94 rescue & emergency medical incidents, 12 hazardous conditions with no fire, 17 service calls, 2 rupture/explosion calls, 74 good intent calls and 53 false calls. Dollar loss inside the City was $404,000.00 and $997,000.00 in Fire District #3. The volunteers spend 3,394 man hours on fire calls and 2,492 man hours training.

Awards were given to Thomas McNulty for making the most fire calls. Twelve firefighters received an award for making 100 calls or more and 3 firefighters received an award for making 200 calls or more.

100 Call Club

Tom Brantner, Steve Clark, Brad Freel, Audie Gann, Joe Gariano, Jeff Harris, Bill Joseph, Will Knowlton, Justin Osborne, Darren Pfitzer, Dawson Sachse and Aaron Stanley.

200 Call Club

Thomas McNulty,Susie Ortiz and Dan Wood.

Completing one year of service was Thomas McNulty and Donnie Smith. Audie Gann received the 10 year service award, Aaron Stanley received a 15 year service award and Steve Clark received the 30 year service award.  Tom Brantner, Steve Clark and Susie Ortiz received awards for perfect attendance in training.


     2015 Omak Fire Department Statistics

Omak Fire Department

2010 Line Officers


 Brian Baker  
 Janell Bowling, Treasurer  
 Sasha Brantner

Megan House

 Will Knowlton
 Anthony Walker
Michael Haller
Jonathan Walker
Shelby Walker
Chris Marcolin

Robert Virant


Donnie Smith

Dawson Sachse


Kamielle Sachse


Thomas McNulty



Jeff Thomas