March 23, 2017

Volunteer Firefighter Program

Cheney Fire Department currently seeks Volunteer Firefighters who are members of the community.  The Volunteer Firefighters respond at a moment's notice to building fires, car fires, vehicle accidents, and hazardous materials incidents.

Program Overview

Volunteer Firefighters are trained to nationally recognized standards in the areas of fire suppression, rescue, hazardous materials, and apparatus operations.  Volunteer Firefighters train once a week at the fire station to stay current on their firefighting skills.  The weekly training combines classroom sessions with hands-on practical exercises.

The Volunteer Firefighters may also be involved in other department activities which promote the department, such as participation in community parades and festivals.  Volunteer Firefighters also participate in community fire prevention activities including grade school presentations, station tours, and general safety presentations.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Must be eighteen (18) years of age upon appointment.
  • Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • Must possess and maintain a Washington State Driver’s License.
  • Must be physically and mentally capable of performing the functions of a firefighter.

For information on the Cheney Fire Department's volunteer program, contact Chris Muñoz at 
(509) 498-9291.

Fire Department
611 4th Street
Cheney, WA  99004

24 Hours a day


Business Phone:  
(509) 498-9291

(509) 498-9244 

Staff Contacts:

Aaron Bollar
Battalion Chief

Bill Dennstaedt
Battalion Chief

Ken Johnson
Battalion Chief

Chris Muñoz
Volunteer Program

Olga Montiel
Administrative Secretary

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