Areas We Cover:
Discovery Bay Volunteer Fire & Rescue is a dedicated volunteer Fire Service serving approximately 75 square miles with a population of 500 full-time residents and additional 500 temporary residents, centered at the head of Discovery Bay. We cover Highway 101 from mile post 276.2, east of Gardiner to milepost 286.0 at Snow Creek Ranch Road, south of Discovery Bay. Our boundaries also include State Route 104 from Highway 101 to mile post 4 just west of Center Valley Road and State Route 20 from Highway 101 to Anderson Lake Road, and Eaglemount Road from State Route 20 just west of Brothers Road, including all secondary routes inside this area.

What We Do:
Discovery Bay Fire & Rescue's operations include fire suppression, emergency medical treatment (basic life support and Intermediate life support), automobile accident response, wild land fire suppression, safety education, and commercial and residential Fire Inspection.

Stations and Personnel:
Station 51 – 12 Bentley Place, Port Townsend WA (station staffed part time)
Station 52 – 2000 Old Gardiner Road, Gardiner WA (station unstaffed)
Our Volunteer Staff currently includes: Fire Chief, Lieutenant, Fire Fighters / EMTs, Engineers, EMTs, and Scene Support.

Our Apparatus & Equipment:
Fort Gary Engine, 1000 gallons water, Injectable Foam Extrication Equipment
E-One Engine, 10000 gallons water, Injectable Foam, Extrication Equipment
International 6x6 water tender, 2800 gallons water
International Wild Land Brush Truck 1000 gallons water
North Star BLS Ambulance
Med-Tech BLS Ambulance
2 Ford Expedition Command Vehicles
1 Ford Bronco Utility Vehicle