Fire Marshal Todd Malo retires from Shoreline Fire

Friday, June 28, 2019

Fire Marshall Todd Malo retires from Shoreline Fire

Fire Marshal Todd Malo worked his last shift of an over 29 year career on Thursday.

Todd started his career with North Highline Fire District as a volunteer in 1984 and was hired full-time in 1990.

In December 1999, Todd took a position as a firefighter with Shoreline Fire Department.

After being with the department for just two years, Todd was promoted to Inspector and joined the Fire Prevention Division where he spent five years in that role.

In 2007, Todd was promoted to Deputy Fire Marshal and then in 2010 he was promoted to Fire Marshal where he led the division until his final day with Shoreline Fire Department.

As the Fire Marshal, Todd oversaw hundreds of projects across the City of Shoreline. He was heavily involved in large developments such as the Echo Lake Complex, the Artiste, and the Polaris, and most recently worked on the Sound Transit Light Rail project.

Todd has played a major role in fire safety and prevention throughout his career.

Todd’s contribution to the department and the City of Shoreline will be missed by us all. Best of luck Fire Marshal Malo!


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