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





5 Years of Service

Sasha Brantner, Jerod Gavin & Tony Walker


10 Years of Service

Darren Pfitzer & Chad Sheets


40 Years of Service

Les Sutton



                      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 


Practice Burn 310 Ferry


        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

Amber Allen

Kaya Archambault

Brad Armstrong

Chad Booker

Kara Booker

Janell Bowling, Treasurer

Sasha Brantner

Joe Gariano

Jerod Gavin
Jeff Harris

Mike Klimek, Vice President
Terrance McGinness
Thomas McNulty
Dawson Sachse
Torie Sloan, Secretary
Donnie Smith
Robert Virant
Anthony Walker




Tom Brantner

Chris Bowling

Tim Andrist


Brien Bowling

Steve Clark
Safety Officer

Nick Christoph

Brad Freel

Jeff Thomas

Audie Gann

Fire District 3 Commissioner


Bill Joseph

Ray Lamb




These Volunteer Firefighters responded to 100 or more calls in 2014


Tom Brantner - 108

Brad Freel - 100

Joe Gariano - 129

Bill Joseph - 113

Dawson Sachse - 135

Aaron Stanley - 122

Les Sutton - 137

Dan Wood - 172



200 Call Club

Most Fires Award 2014

Susie Ortiz - 204

Les Sutton

Chad Sheets

Dan Wood
Assistant Chief


Darren Pfitzer


In 2014 Omak Firefighters responded to 297 calls for service.  160 calls inside the City and 137 calls outside the City.  They include 75 fires, 82 rescue and emergency medical incidents, 1 excessive heat with no ignition, 14 hazardous conditions with no fire, 20 services calls, 57 good intent calls and 48 false calls.  Omak Fire provided mutual aid to the City of Okanogan 8 times, fire district 7, 11 times, fire district 9, 6 times and fire district 8, 2 times, Conconully 2 times, Fire District 6, 4 times and Fire District 15, 2 times.  The dollar loss inside the City limits was $99,830.00 and $3,825,650.00 in Fire District #3.  Most of the loss was a result of the Carlton Complex Fires.  The volunteers spent 1,849 man hours training and 2,378 man hours on fire calls. 


Awards were presented to Susie Ortiz for responding to 204 calls and eight firefighters received an award for making 100 calls or more in the year 2014.


Les Sutton has served the Omak Fire Department for 40 years of service.  As of December 31, 2014, he retired from the department.  He is a valuable volunteer and will be missed.



     2014 Omak Fire Department Statistics - 100 Years of Service

Omak Fire Department

2010 Line Officers