Online Program
Apr 29, 2020 12:00 PM
Seattle Fire Chief Harold Scoggins
Online Program

The Seattle Fire Department works diligently to keep our community safe and healthy through fire prevention and rescue, providing emergency medical services, and much more. In 2019 alone, the department received more than 150,000 calls for service. Their mission has been made even more challenging by the outbreak of COVID-19, with first responders on the frontlines of the pandemic helping community members in need. Join us on Wednesday, April 29 to hear from Seattle Fire Chief and fellow Seattle 4 Rotary member Harold Scoggins about how the Fire Department has been impacted by COVID-19 and how they’re adapting to face these new challenges.

Chief Scoggins has more than 30 years of experience in the fire service. He started his firefighting career as a member of the United States Air Force where he served as a firefighter. In 1989, Scoggins joined the Glendale Fire Department where he advanced through the ranks serving as Firefighter, Engineer, Captain, and Battalion Chief and in 2008 being named as Fire Chief. In April 2015, Scoggins became the Chief of the Seattle Fire Department.

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