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Follow the OSFM Incident Information blog for the latest on Oregon wildfires and how the OSFM is protecting life and property.

Welcome to the Oregon Department of the State Fire Marshal

Our mission is simple yet crucial: to protect people, property, and the environment from fire and hazardous materials. Guided by a set of unwavering values, we strive to uphold integrity, dedication, leadership, partnership, and service to others in all we do.

Integrity is at our core. We prioritize honesty, fairness, and ethical conduct in every aspect of our operations. Dedication propels our efforts. Leadership is our duty. Partnerships are essential. Service to others defines us.

As you explore our website, you'll find an array of resources, information, and services tailored to meet your needs. Whether you're seeking fire safety guidance or professional support, we're here to assist you. Thank you for visiting the Oregon State Fire Marshal's website. Together, let's continue working towards a safer, more resilient Oregon for everyone.

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Cooking is the number one cause of home fires in Oregon. Never leave cooking unattended. MORE TIPS

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Working smoke alarms save lives. Test your alarms once a month.

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Home heating is the number two cause of home fires in Oregon. Heat your home wisely.

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Your family should have a home fire escape plan. They are simple to create and will save lives.

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Stay up to date on everything we are doing to serve Oregonians. The Gated Wye, our monthly newsletter, is chock full of information, delivered right to your inbox. 

Be sure to add the OSFM Incident Information blog to your web browser's bookmarks. We provide critical information on incidents we've mobilized resources to. 

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Click the image to the right to download a copy of the latest newsletter.