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About the OSFM Engine Program


Welcome to the Oregon State Fire Marshal's Engine Program that modernizes and boosts Oregon's firefighting capabilities. Our program focuses on purchasing and strategically deploying cutting-edge firefighting equipment across the state.

Driven by insights from a comprehensive 2021 gap analysis survey, in collaboration with Oregon fire defense boards, our program ensures a meticulous and inclusive approach to enhancing fire response. A diverse committee of fire agencies helped develop the program to ensure a well-rounded perspective.

At the core of this program lies our commitment to improving Oregon's response to the escalating threat of wildfires. We are dedicated to supporting local response efforts, facilitating regional mutual aid, and effectively managing conflagrations.

Types 3 and 6 engines and tactical tenders form the backbone of our program, designed to assist local agencies in containing fires and protecting our communities. While participation in statewide mobilizations is not mandatory for host agencies, we strongly encourage the use of OSFM apparatus at local and regional levels. Program funding was made possible through Senate Bill 762, Oregon's wildfire omnibus bill in 2021.


Award Announcement

The OSFM proudly announced the Engine Program recipients across Oregon to be provided with critical firefighting resources. Explore the list of 76 local fire agency awardees here.

Applicants went through a thorough review by a committee of members from associations like the Oregon Fire Chiefs Association, Oregon Volunteer Firefighters Association, and Oregon State Fire Fighters Council. Guided by four key principles, we ensured fair and equitable distribution:

  • Statewide Distribution: Prioritizing local initial attack, regional mutual aid, and conflagration needs.
  • Infrastructure and Long-Term Maintenance: Providing essential infrastructure for the ongoing protection and maintenance of assets.
  • Consideration of Recent Apparatus Awards: Accounting for recent legislative funding for firefighting apparatus.
  • Staffing Capability: Ensuring recipient agencies possess the ability to effectively staff the awarded apparatus.

Recipients will engage in a contractual partnership with the OSFM, strengthening local, regional, and state response capacities and fortifying Oregon's firefighting capabilities.

All apparatus arrive fully equipped in alignment with the 2022 Oregon fire service mobilization plan, tailored for wildland-urban interface scenarios. The equipment (hose, nozzles, etc.) becomes the property of the recipient agency, subject to maintaining the specified equipment according to the mobilization plan. Modifications to the apparatus can be accommodated upon request to meet specific agency needs. Modifications made to apparatus (once approved) will be paid for by the recipient agency.  The OSFM Engine Program operates as part of the Response Ready Oregon initiative, dedicated to enhancing capacity and modernizing wildfire response within the Oregon Fire Mutual Aid System (OFMAS).

Recipient Map

Engine Program Recipient Map

Click to here to download the map.

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Program Updates

Latest Delivery News

Required Information from Recipient Agencies
As of March 6, 2024, 75 of 76 agencies have submitted the required information. If you have not submitted your insurance, vector logo, and/or IGA, please email them as soon as possible to

Apparatus Delivery Status

The following dates are estimates as of January 2024 and are subject to change:

  • Type 3 - ETA January - June 2024
  • Tender - ETA May - July 2024
  • Type 6 - ETA June - October 2024

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Orientation Videos

Image Gallery

Click through the images below to see the progress of the engine builds and some of the photos as fire agencies have come to pick up their new Type 3 engines.

Top of the Type 6
Back of the Type 6
Hose reel on the Type 6
Side view of the Type 6
Back of the Type 6
Line up of Oregon Tactical Tenders
Back of the Type 3
Pump test the Type 3
Pump testing the Type 3
Pump testing the Type 3
Type 3 in the showroom
Cab water level guage
Jefferson County delivery day
Marion County delivery Day
Umatilla County delivery day
Wy'East Fire delivery day
Wy'East Fire delivery day
Sublimity Fire delivery day


For questions about the engine program, email

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