325272 Hwy 2
Newport, WA 99156
ABOUT OUR STATION
The first Diamond Lake Station was built on property donated for the specfic purpose of having a building to house fire response equipment to protect the Diamond Lake area. A second building with three bays and a small meeting room was built in 1995. The orginal building then became a maintenance facility. In 2014 a five bay building was constructed to house additional district apparatus. The existing three bay station was then remodeled to house the district headquarters offices including a large meeting and training room.
Lieutenant Jared McLain leads the team of ten volunteers who respond from this station.
SPOFR VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT: South Pend Oreille Fire and Rescue has a new volunteer appreciation program called "SPOFR Volunteer Spotlight". This is a way to recognize our volunteers when you see them in the community, at the grocery store or any local activities. The spotlight is on EMT John Dugger for JANUARY 2023 and on Butch Lee for MARCH 2023.