Our Vision: To become a premier agency and model within the fire service by:
1. Treating people with dignity and respect.
2. Being good stewards of the District’s resources.
3. Making data driven decisions.
4. Embracing change.
5. Providing relevant and technologically advanced training.Our Mission: To serve our community by providing quality fire and life safety services.
The Estacada Rural Fire District is currently in the process of adopting an ordinance for cost recovery. The purpose of this posting is to answer some of the frequently asked questions in a public forum.
Will I get a bill when I call 9-1-1? The Fire District will not bill you for normal services. The [...]
The last several days there has been an increase of smoke from the fire. With the current and expected fire behavior there is no threat to the public. The fire is smoldering around in the canyons and in the wilderness area. There is no active fire in areas that threaten homes. Estacada Fire has been and will continue to monitor [...]
The regular meeting of the Estacada Rural Fire District No. 69 Board of Directors will be Thursday, October 16th at the main fire station located at 261 SE Fifth Ave., Estacada, OR 97023. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
Reading of ordinance #14-01 to Recover Cost Associated with the Delivery of Services, along with other District related business. A copy of the ordinance may be obtained at the Estacada Rural Fire District Administration Office located at 445 SE Currin Street, Estacada, OR 97023
The meetings will be held at 7:00 PM on Thursday October [...]
FIRE INFORMATION WEBSITE: http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4106/
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FIRE SIZE: 5,520
SUMMARY: All divisions are undergoing mop up, backhaul of equipment, and suppression repair. On the Western flank of the fire near the 45 Road/Hillockburn roads, crews continue to chip material that was created during line construction. [...]
Firefighters are concentrating their efforts to contain the western and northern portions of the fire located west of the South Fork of the Clackamas River. Crews are working hard to contain the fire to the east of the 45 Road/Hillockburn Road. Dozer line is being built at the northern perimeter of the fire located west [...]
We apologize but we are no longer able to post updates to this site due to our resources being deployed in the field. Please visit the link below for all further public information regarding the incident. Thank you.
The following list of grant awards represents many hours of work that staff put into seeking alternative funding opportunities to aid in the purchase of equipment and training for the Fire District. Each grant requires detailed information that describes the need and the funding capability of the District. Several of the grants mentioned below require [...]
The Estacada Fire District is reminding the motorist to be extra alert this time of year as September 3, 2014 is the beginning of the school year in Estacada. With the opening of school we will see an increased traffic on our roadways as the teachers, student drivers, and school buses make their way [...]
In the last few weeks there have been quite a few earthquakes around the globe including one in Sherwood. The Estacada Fire District would like to give you some information about preparing for earthquakes. Remember to have a 72 hour emergency kit in your home.
Caution winter weather is coming and it is time to think about traveling safely for this holiday season. An emergency becomes far more stressful when you aren’t prepared. Carrying emergency essentials in your car will give you peace of mind when you are on the road. So what should you carry in [...]
More than one-third of Americans use fireplaces, wood stoves and other fuel-fired appliances as primary heat sources in their homes. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of the fire risks when heating with wood and solid fuels. In the past few weeks the Estacada Fire District has responded to several structure fires that started due to [...]