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  • Fireworks Safety
    As the 4th of July draws near, many Oregonians choose to safely celebrate our independence by attending a professional fireworks display. To those who choose to use retail consumer fireworks, Chief Deputy State Fire Marshal Mariana Ruiz-Temple reminds you to only use legal fireworks and know how to use them safely. Every year in Oregon, celebrations turn to tragedy due to fireworks injuries or fires. In 2015, there were 227 fireworks-caused fires, and 28 reported fireworks-caused injuries. Most of the injuries were from using illegal mortars and legal sparklers. Over the past five years, fireworks-caused fires were responsible for more than $2.7 million in property loss. If you choose to use Oregon legal fireworks, the best way to protect your family and property is to “Keep it Legal and Keep it Safe!”
  • Resource Manifests & 2016 Mobilization Plan Now Available

    The FSP-01 and FSP-01(a) have been replaced for the 2016 season with the Resource Manifest. Copies of the new form and the 2016 Mobilization Plan are available from your local OSFM Deputy State Fire Marshal or by contacting mariah.rawlins@state.or.us. You can also find an electronic version of the Mob Plan and many other relevant forms at the link below.

  • Is your home wildfire ready?

    ​Fire season is here and requires you to be at a heightened awareness for the dangers of wildfire. Have you prepared your home to be defensible from wildfire? Be Ready!

  • 2015-2019 Strategic Plan

    The OSFM has published its 2015-2019 strategic plan. The plan is a snapshot of where we are now and where we want to be. The plan is divided into three overall themes with goals, objectives, and strategies identified for each. It also provides an overview of the agency's branches and programs.

    View the OSFM Strategic Plan

  • Do the Drill
    The OSFM and its partners have published the revised Do the Drill! A School Resource Guide for Safety and Planning to assist schools in developing, reviewing, and updating school safety and evacuation plans.  The publication will be distributed to all schools in Oregon during the first quarter of 2016. To order a copy, visit the OSFM Materials Request page (click here).


  • The OSFM has moved!
    Building Edited DSC04539.jpgThe headquarters for the Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal has moved to 3565 Trelstad Ave. SE, Salem, Oregon, 97317. All phone numbers will remain the same.​
  • OSFM 2015 Annual Report available

    2015 was a busy but successful year for the Office of State Fire Marshal. From a historic wildfire response to fire prevention education, you can read all about it in our 2015 Annual Report.

    OSFM 2015 Annual Report

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