Firefighters Memorial Park

3900 228th Street SW

This one-acre park is located on the corner of 228th Street and 39th Avenue at the border between Mountlake Terrace and Brier.

Previously the park stood next to the former Fire Station 18, which was demolished in 2012 after the Fire District constructed a new Fire Station 18 in Brier.

Once the station was demolished, the park was expanded and new play equipment was added.


Firefighters Memorial Park was originally named "Larry Egbert Park" after a Mountlake Terrace Firefighter who was killed in a car crash in the early 1970s. The park's name was changed in the mid 1980s to honor all firefighters after a request from the Mountlake Terrace Fire Department with the blessing of the Egbert Family.

Amenities at this park include picnic tables, benches, play equipment, and walking trails.

Firefighters Memorial Park Monument