Washington Emergency Management Division

Washington Military Department
Building 20, MS TA-20
Camp Murray, WA 98430-5112
800.562.6108,
253.512.7000

Office of the Chief Information Officer
PO Box 43113
210 11th Ave. SW, Suite 300
Olympia, WA 98504
Office: 360-902-0407
Fax: 360-664-0495

Washington State Homepage

Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce

Dan Schenkein President/CEO
(509) 248-2021 extension 102
10 North 9th Street,
PO Box 1490,
Yakima, WA 98907-1490
(509) 248-2021
Fax (509) 248-0601

City of Yakima
Yakima County

WA State Listings For County:
Local Government Link
Updated October 5th, 2018

EMERGENCY SERVICES LEAD AGENCIES


Yakima County Sheriff Department

Sheriff Brian Winter
1822 S. 1st Street
PO Box 1388
Yakima, WA 98907
(509) 574-2500
Fax: (509) 574-2501

Brad Coughenour911 Director/Coordinator
SunComm Emergency Communications Center
(509) 576-6340
24-hour Center Bus: 509-457-0207
Fax: 509-576-6555
200 South 3rd Street
Yakima WA 98901

Yakima Valley Emergency Management

Tony Miller Director
2403 S 18th Street
Suite 200
Union Gap, WA 98903
509-574-1900

EMERGENCY SERVICES SUPPORT AGENCIES


American Red Cross

Yakima Valley Chapter
Meagan Snow
302 South 2nd Street
Yakima WA 98901
(509) 457-1690
Fax- (509) 576-0898

South Central Region EMS&TC Council

Executive Director: Zita Wiltgen
Chair Person David Lynde
11819 Hwy 99 #B;
Vancouver, WA 98686
Phone: 360-576-8197
Fax: 360-576-8485

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KB7HDX Trustee
Link To Website
ARES/RACES Yakima County 3 Stations

HOSPITALS


Astra Sunnyside Community Hospital

10th & Tacoma Ave
Sunnyside, WA 98944
509-837-1500

Astra Toppenish Commnity Hospital

502 W 4th
Toppenish, Wa 98948
(509-865-3105)

Virginia Mason Memorial Hospital

2811 Tieton Drive
Yakima, WA 98902-3799
509-575-8000

FIRE DEPARTMENTS


Yakima County Emergency Med

Ben Maltz, MD, Medical Program Director
Glenwood Square Mall
5110 Tieton Drive, Suite 370
Yakima, Washington 98908
Tel. (509) 966-5175
Fax (509) 966-5176
Yakima County Fire District 1 Cowiche
Chief Sam Glanzer
31 Cowiche Rd.
P. O. Box 177
Cowiche, WA 98923
(509)678-4563
Yakima County Fire District 2 Selah
Contact: Jim Lange
206 W. Fremont Ave.
Selah, WA 98942
(509)698-7310
FAX: (509)698-7317
Yakima County Fire District 3 Naches
Chief: Dan Mansfield
111 Naches Ave.
P. O. Box 24
Naches, WA 98937
(509)653-2268

Yakima County Fire District 4 East Valley

Chief: Mike Emery
East Valley Station 40
2003 Beaudry Rd
Yakima WA 98901
(509)457-8615
FAX: (509)457-0373

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Zillah Fire Department
Chief: Dan Hargroves
P.O. Box 388
117 1st Ave.
Zillah, WA 98933
(509) 829-3760/
Fax: (509) 829-5605
Ambualance Services
White Swan Ambulance
Contact: Ellen Swan
P.O. Box 693
White Swan, WA 98952
(509) 874-2979/
Fax: (509) 874-2929
American Medical Response
Contact: David Lynde
229 S. 2nd Ave.
Yakima, WA 98902
(509) 225-3912/
Fax: (509) 575-1106
Advanced Life Systems
Owner: Bill Woodcock
2106 W. Washington Ave., #3
Yakima, WA 98903
(509) 574-8445
Fax: (509) 574-4046
Klickitat CFD #2 (Bickleton Ambulance)
Chief: Cory Wilson
P.O. Box 82
106 E. Market Street
Bickleton, WA 99322
(509) 896-5445
Grant Co FD #8 (Mattawa)
Chief: David Patterson
510 E. Government Way
P.O.Box 1728
Mattawa, WA 99349
(509) 932-4777/
Fax: (509) 932-4747

Fire District 5

Chief Nathan CraigFire Chief
717 First Ave.
P. O. Box 447
Zillah, WA 98953
509)829-5111
FAX: (509)829-6687

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Fire District 6 Gleed
Chief: Jim Kohl
81 N. Gleed Rd.
Yakima, WA 98908
(509)966-5060
FAX: (509)966-4620
Fire District 9 Naches Heights
Chief: Chris O’Dell
5000 Naches Heights Rd.
P. O. Box 298
Cowiche, WA 98923
(509)965-7292

Yakima County FPD #12 (West Valley)

Contact: Jim Lange
10000 Zier Rd.
Yakima, WA 98908
(509) 966-3111/
Fax: (509) 966-4939

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Jakki J. MacLean Fire Marshal
128 N 2nd St,
Yakima Washington 98901
(509) 574-2300
Fax: (509) 574-2301
Yakima County Fire Department #14 (Nile & Cliffdell)
Chief: Steve Smith
14550 State Route 410
Naches, WA 98937
(509) 658-2455/
Fax: (509) 658-2475

Grandview Fire Department

Chief: Pat Mason
207 W. 2nd
Grandview, WA 98930
(509) 882-9224/
Fax: (509) 831-9224

Granger Fire Department

Contact: Virgil Newman
P.O. Box 540
499 Main St.
Granger, WA 98932
(509) 305-2391
Mabton Fire Department
Chief: Luke Cussins
P.O. 655
315 North St.
Mabton, WA 98935
(509) 894-4096

Sunnyside Fire Department

Chief: Aaron Markam
513 S. 8th Street
Sunnyside, WA 98944
(509) 837-3999/
Fax: (509) 836-6419

Toppenish Fire Department

Public Safety Director: Tim Smith
514 W 2nd Ave.
Toppenish, WA 98948
(509) 865-3111
Fax: (509) 865-3332

Wapato Fire Department

Chief: Santos Valdez
205 S. Frontage Road
Wapato, WA 98951
(509) 961-4003

Yakima Fire Department

Contact: Jeff Pfaff
401 N. Front Street
Yakima, WA 98901
(509) 575-6060/
Fax: (509) 576-6356

Other Community Interest


Yakima Herald-Republic

Public Contact
114 North 4th St.
Yakima, WA 98901
(509) 577-7703

United Way of Central Washington

President Neiri Carrasco
116 S. 4th Street
Yakima, WA 98902
(509) 248-1557
Fax: (509) 248-4422

Yakima Transit

2301 Fruitvale Blvd,
Yakima, WA 98902
(509) 575-6175

Televison Stations


KIMA TV

Interim General Manager-Larry Roberts
2801 Terrace Heights Dr,
Yakima, WA 98901
(509) 575-0029

YakTriNews

Public Contact
1610 S. 24th Avenue
Yakima, WA 98909
509-453-0351
Fax: 509-453-3623

KNDO-DT NBC channel 16

General ManagerPaul Dughi
Public Contact
Cowles Publishing Co
1608 S. 24th Avenue
Yakima, WA 98902
(509) 225-2300


Mount Adams

US Geologic Survey

Mount Adams Active Volcano

Mount Adams, one of the largest volcanoes in the Cascade Range (3,742 meters - 12,276 feet), dominates the Mount Adams volcanic field in Skamania, Yakima, Klickitat, and Lewis counties and the Yakima Indian Reservation of south-central Washington. The nearby Indian Heaven and Simcoe Mountains volcanic fields lie west and southeast, respectively, of the 1250 square kilometers (500 square miles) Adams field. Even though Mount Adams has been less active during the past few thousand years than neighboring Mounts St. Helens, Rainier, and Hood, it assuredly will erupt again. Future eruptions will probably occur more frequently from vents on the summit and upper flanks of Mount Adams than from vents scattered in the volcanic fields beyond. Large landslides and lahars that need not be related to eruptions probably pose the most destructive, far-reaching hazard of Mount Adams. -- Scott, et.al., 1995

Eruptive History: Mount Adams stands astride the Cascade Crest some 50 kilometers due east of Mount St. Helens. The towering stratovolcano is marked by a dozen glaciers, most of which are fed radially from its summit icecap. In the High Cascades, Mount Adams is second in eruptive volume only to Mount Shasta, and it far surpasses its loftier neighbor Mount Rainier (which is perched on a pedestal of Miocene granodiorite). Adams's main cone exceeds 200 cubic kilometers, and at least half as much more was eroded during late Pleistocene time form earlier high-standing components of the compound edifice: peripheral basalt adds another 70 cubic kilometers or so. Nearly all the high cone above 2,300 meters in elevation was constructed during latest Pleistocene time, probably between 20 and 10 thousand years ago, explaining the abundance of late-glacial till and the scarcity of older till. -- Hildreth, 1990, IN: Wood and Kienle

Mount Adams

US Geologic Survey