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  • Our Mission
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    Protecting citizens, their property, and the environment from fire and hazardous materials.
  • Wildfire Awareness – Is your home safe?
    Wildfire Knows No Season and we want to make sure you do everything you can to protect your home and family. Now is the time to work on establishing a defensible space for your property. This includes removing dead flammable vegetation and limbing up trees. Visit the below link to the Oregon Department of Forestry webpage that has information and videos on what you can do to prepare your home and property.
  • 2015 Mob Plan Approved

    ​The 2015 Oregon Fire Service Mobilization Plan has been approved by the State Fire Defense Board and is available! 

    Printed copies are available. Please contact Fraser Wick at fraser.wick@state.or.us or 503-934-8283.
  • 50 Oregonians died due to fire in 2014

    Image of an outdoor fireFifty Oregon residents perished in fires last year which is the most since 2008. We want you and your family to be safe and not become a future statistic. Click on our link below and it will take you to our webpage full of fire prevention and safety information. Ultimately, fire safety is an adult responsibility.

    Fire safety and prevention information

  • Kidde fire extinguisher recall
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    Kidde is recalling 31 models of disposable fire extinguishers fitted with plastic valves. Approximately 4.7 million units sold in the United States and Canada are affected. The fire extinguishers have a faulty valve component and may not discharge. Consumers should immediately contact Kidde for a replacement fire extinguisher (www.kidde.com).
  • OSFM Crude Oil Survey Report

    The OSFM has relased its report on the readiness and equipment needs of the Oregon fire service in relation to a crude oil incident on rail lines in Oregon. Click the below hotlink to access the report.

    OSFM Crude Oil Survey Report

  • Hazardous Substance Searchable Database Available For Use
    The Community Right To Know Unit is pleased to announce the online Hazardous Substance Searchable Database is back in service.

    It is one of three online databases the State Fire Marshal has made available to the public. You can use this database to determine what chemicals were last reported in the area you specify. There are many other uses as well.​

    Click here to learn about and access all three Searchable Databases​

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