Crash, Fire & Rescue Department

Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting (ARFF)

Walla Walla Regional Airport offers an Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) facility that is located near the mid-point of the aviation ramp area. Walla Walla Regional Airport contracts this service out to Walla Walla County Fire District #4. District #4 provides exceptional "on airport" coverage during all scheduled, commercial airline flights. Yearly, each firefighter attends an accredited ARFF school (FAA Part 139 Certified) for intensive training and drills related to aircraft emergencies. In addition, the District provides support for all other incidents/emergencies on the airfield and within the airport industrial park.

Crash, Fire & Rescue



Truck 341 Truck 342 (Main Truck)
  • In Service October 2009
  • 1982 Oshkosh T-9 purchased from Pasco Airport for backup.
  • 21,440 lbs.
  • Holds 2,400 Gallons of water
  • Holds 305 Gallons of concentrate foam agent
  • Roof turret, bumper turret and under truck spray nozzles.


  • In Service April 1996
  • Dedicated to Jack Preston, long time Airport employee
  • 47,180 lbs.
  • Holds 1500 Gallons of water
  • Holds 210 Gallons of concentrate foam agent
  • Holds 500 lbs of Dry Chemical
  • 300 gpm bumper turret
  • 375/750 gpm roof turret
  • Battery operated Power Hawk rescue tool. (Jaws of life) Only battery operated rescue tool (jaws) in Walla Walla County.

Walla Walla Regional Airport
ARFF Department
199 W. Douglas Ave.
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Station Number: (509) 522-2403
Fire District #4 Number: (509) 529-1282

Emergency: Dial 9-1-1


Owned and Operated by the Port of Walla Walla
Port of Walla Walla

Airport Terminal Building
45 Terminal Loop
Walla Walla, WA (USA) 99362-2269

Airport Administrative Office
310 A Street
Walla Walla, WA (USA) 99362-2269
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