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Key boxes for your residence or business used by The Aberdeen Fire Department are purchased from www.knoxbox.com. Please visit the website and select the City of Aberdeen to purchase your box.
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Drop, Cover, and Hold on until the shaking stops. Because we are in an area that is susceptible to Tsunamis, you should then immediately make your way to higher ground. For more information go to Grays Harbor Emergency Management for preparedness and safety information.
The Aberdeen - Hoquiam - Cosmopolis Tsunami Walking Map shows the nearest high ground for areas in Aberdeen, Hoquiam, and Cosmopolis. The map was created by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources. The routes are to be used following a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake in anticipation of a Tsunami wave impacting the Washington Coast.
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The Aberdeen Fire Department’s does not regulate, decommission or maintain records on any Residential Heating oil tanks. Residential home owners are advised to follow the guidelines to decommission a heating oil tank established by the Pollution Liability Insurance Agency.
Please contact the EMS Accounts Specialist at 360-537-3261 between the hours of 7:00 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday.
The Aberdeen Fire Department's 2018 Annual Report is a valuable source of information for learning more about what services the fire department offers.