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Travis R. Hots

Chief

Fire District 21

HQ Phone:  (360) 435-3311

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Fire District 21

12131 228Th St NE (Map »)

Arlington, Washington,98223

United States

Company Description

Fire District 21 operates out of one fire station located in the Arlington Heights area. The district receives over 800 calls for service district-wide, of which the majority are medical. Partnerships with neighboring fire districts in the south and west regio...more

Background Information

Employment History

Fire District 21 Chief

Snohomish County


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Los Angeles Times

Chief of Snohomish County Fire District 21


Tulalip

Snohomish County Fire District 21 Fire Chief


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www.heraldnet.com

They've hired Travis Hots as the new fire chief.
Hots, 37, also serves as chief for Fire District 22 in the Getchell area. Hots is "one of the most qualified and ambitious chiefs around," Nordstrom said.


www.firedistrict21.com [cached]

Travis Hots, Fire Chief
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www.tulalipnews.com [cached]

TULALIP, WA - "Two weeks ago, I think most of us, like 9/11, will remember exactly the moment where we were when we found out there was a slide in Oso," said Travis Hots, Fire Chief for the Snohomish County Fire District 21, to attendees at the Tulalip Jam Session Oso Fundraiser on Friday, April 4, that raised over $3,400 for the victims and rescue crews of the Oso Mudslide.
"At first we just thought it was just another slide like the one that occurred in Mukilteo on Camano Island. We didn't fully understand the magnitude of the disaster at first," Hots went onto say. Travis Hots, Snohomish County Fire District 21 Fire Chief is wrapped in a Pendleton blanket ,signifying warm and protection, during the Tulalip Oso Jam Session Fundraiser held on April 4, 2014. Photo/ Brandi N. Montreuil, Tulalip News Travis Hots, Snohomish County Fire District 21 Fire Chief is wrapped in a Pendleton blanket ,signifying warm and protection, during the Tulalip Oso Jam Session Fundraiser held on April 4, 2014. Another $870 will be donated to Snohomish County Fire District 22, one of the stations that Fire Chief Travis Hots is stationed at to lead rescue efforts. Since it is a custom of our people to stand up for our warriors and protect them for their work, we invited Travis to attend our fundraiser, so we could wrap him with a Pendleton for protection and thank him for his work." "It was no surprise to see that the Tulalip Tribes were the first entities to make a large contribution and for that I am very grateful," said Hots before the jam session. Posted inTop Story, Tulalip News | Tagged530 Mudslide, Oso, Oso Mudslide, Oso Wa, Travis Hots, Tulalip, Tulalip Oso Fundraiser, Tulalip Oso jam session fundraiser, Tulalip Tribes We're still going at this with all eight cylinders to get everyone out there who is unaccounted for," local fire chief Travis Hots said. Jay Inslee, Oso, Oso Mudslide, Oso Washington mudlside, Travis Hots


knkx.org [cached]

Snohomish County Fire District 21 Chief Travis Hots said Sunday that crews were able to get out to the debris and found the fourth body buried in the mud.
Hots said emergency responders and technical rescue personnel found "no signs of life" as they scoured the area.


www.firedistrict21.com [cached]

Travis Hots, Fire Chief


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