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    Vote YES to continue vital funding for local emergency response services

  • In an emergency, nobody wants to be worried about whether our crisis response services have the right equipment and proper staffing to help. If approved by voters, Fire District 22 Proposition 1 restores a regular property tax levy to fund district fire protection and emergency medical services. If the measure fails, the fire district cannot maintain the same levels of regular staffing, training hours, tool inspections, station maintenance, and equipment repairs and replacements. 

    Snohomish’s fire protection district board adopted Resolution 6 last year to maintain funding for the operations of our local emergency services, which serves around 5,000 residents around Getchell, Sisco Heights, and Lake Cassidy. A yes vote on Proposition 1 authorizes a levy of $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed value – a rate previously approved by voters. If approved this year, the owner of a median-priced $680,000 Snohomish home could expect to pay an average of $1,020 a year. The levy would allow the fire district to continue offering the current level of service even as inflation rises.

    When the worst happens, we want the best care for our loved ones. Crisis response and emergency services are funded by us through our tax dollars and supplemented by local levies. Vote Yes on Fire District 22 Proposition 1.

    Ultima actualización 2024-01-24

    In an emergency, nobody wants to be worried about whether our crisis response services have the right equipment and proper staffing to help. If approved by voters, Fire District 22 Proposition 1 restores a regular property tax levy to fund district fire protection and emergency medical services. If the measure fails, the fire district cannot maintain the same levels of regular staffing, training hours, tool inspections, station maintenance, and equipment repairs and replacements. 

    Snohomish’s fire protection district board adopted Resolution 6 last year to maintain funding for the operations of our local emergency services, which serves around 5,000 residents around Getchell, Sisco Heights, and Lake Cassidy. A yes vote on Proposition 1 authorizes a levy of $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed value – a rate previously approved by voters. If approved this year, the owner of a median-priced $680,000 Snohomish home could expect to pay an average of $1,020 a year. The levy would allow the fire district to continue offering the current level of service even as inflation rises.

    When the worst happens, we want the best care for our loved ones. Crisis response and emergency services are funded by us through our tax dollars and supplemented by local levies. Vote Yes on Fire District 22 Proposition 1.

    In an emergency, nobody wants to be worried about whether our crisis response services have the right equipment and proper staffing to help. If approved by voters, Fire District 22 Proposition 1 restores a regular property tax levy to fund district fire protection and emergency medical services. If the measure fails, the fire district cannot maintain the same levels of regular staffing, training hours, tool inspections, station maintenance, and equipment repairs and replacements. 

    Snohomish’s fire protection district board adopted Resolution 6 last year to maintain funding for the operations of our local emergency services, which serves around 5,000 residents around Getchell, Sisco Heights, and Lake Cassidy. A yes vote on Proposition 1 authorizes a levy of $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed value – a rate previously approved by voters. If approved this year, the owner of a median-priced $680,000 Snohomish home could expect to pay an average of $1,020 a year. The levy would allow the fire district to continue offering the current level of service even as inflation rises.

    When the worst happens, we want the best care for our loved ones. Crisis response and emergency services are funded by us through our tax dollars and supplemented by local levies. Vote Yes on Fire District 22 Proposition 1.