Depoe Bay Fire District
Depoe Bay Fire District
News & Events





 

DEPOE BAY FIRE DISTRICT 

VACATION RENTAL REGISTRATION



Welcome to the Official Website of the
Depoe Bay Fire District

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION SURVEY

 

CLICK on the picture to request your
FREE SMOKE DETECTOR!

 

 

 

 

 

Reflective address signs help fire, police and medical personnel find your home quickly in an emergency.

The Depoe Bay Volunteer Firefighters Association offers a high quality sign with reflective numbers and a Depoe Bay Fire District sticker:

$20.00 Sign with 3 ft. post
  $8.00 Sign only, without post

CLICK on the image of the sign to place your order now!

Divider
Open Burning Allowed effective October 2, 2017

October 02

Beginning October 2, 2017, open burning is allowe within the Depoe Bay Fire District until further notice.

The Depoe Bay Fire District boundaries extend north to the Siletz River and south to Beverly Beach.

Before burning, please look at our Open Burning Fact Sheet in the link below. Questions? Call our administrative office at 541.764.2202 Monday through Friday, 8am-4pm.... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider
Be wise. Protect your eyes!

Solar Eclipse 2017, August 21

Pick up FREE eclipse glasses at Depoe Bay & Gleneden Beach fire stations Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm. (Up to 4 pairs per household)... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider
Text to 911 option now available

Chief Joshua Williams, June 27

Effective May 22, the Willamette Valley Communications Center debuts the Text-To-911 service in Lincoln, Polk and Marion counties.

WVCC, which dispatches for 29 police, fire and ambulance services in the three counties, has completed testing and is now accepting text messages to 911 on Monday.

Text-To-911 is now an option for residents with wireless devices who need emergency assistance, but they ... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider
Station 2300 in Depoe Bay, originally dedicated on May 21, 1977.
Station 2300 in Depoe Bay, originally dedicated on May 21, 1977.

Open House at Depoe Bay Fire Station: Sunday, May 21, 2017

May 16

Join us on Sunday, May 21, 2017 from 1-3pm to celebrate the rededication of Fire Station 2300 after recent renovation and seismic upgrades. Following a short ceremony at 1pm, visitors can tour the station and see the improvements since the original dedication exactly 40 years ago on May 21, 1977.

Among the changes to Station 2300:
• Meets the latest seismic standards
• Larger bays to accommodate ... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider
Monday, Dec. 5 • Last Day for Toy & Food Basket Applications

December 05

Know someone who could use a helping hand over the holidays? The deadline for toy and food baskets is today—Monday, December 5!

You can pick up an application at the Gleneden Beach Fire Station today until 5pm or download the application at the link below.

Completed applications can be dropped off at one of the following locations:
• Gleneden Beach Fire Station
• Depoe Bay Fire Station
• Neighbors ... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider
Slash Burning starting Wednesday, November 23

November 23

The Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) plans a slash burn starting Wednesday, November 23 east of Depoe Bay. The fire may be visible from Highway 101.

Winds are expected from the southwest and should blow the smoke away from town.

Under the Oregon Smoke Management Plan, ODF meteorologists regulate the number and size of burns, based on weather and wind conditions, to minimize smoke intrusion into ... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider
Board of Directors Meets Tuesday, November 8, 2016

November 06

The Depoe Bay RFPD Board of Directors will hold their monthly Board Meeting at 5pm on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 at the Gleneden Beach Fire Station, 6445 Gleneden Beach Loop, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388. Items on the agenda include a Station 2300 Construction/Financing Update and District Financial and Statistical Reporting. Public comment is always welcome! If you would like more information, call the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider
Slash Burning on Monday, October 31

October 31

The Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) plans a slash burn for Monday, October 31 about 1 mile SSE of Depoe Bay. The fire may be visible from Highway 101.

Winds are expected from the southwest and should blow the smoke away from town.

Under the Oregon Smoke Management Plan, ODF meteorologists regulate the number and size of burns, based on weather and wind conditions, to minimize smoke intrusion ... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider

Help us find you when it matters.
Depoe Bay Fire District address signs:

Reflective Address Sign

Click Here

Most documents on our site requires Adobe® Acrobat Reader to view them.

To download and install this free application, click the icon below.

Get Adobe Reader for Free



2017 Incidents
Fire EMS Other
Jan 1 41 21
Feb 0 37 13
Mar 3 59 37
Apr 2 40 17
May 0 33 26
Jun 1 41 27
Jul 4 49 34
Aug 2 41 36
Sep 2 40 25
Oct 1 36 15
Nov
Dec
Total 16 417 251

2016 Incidents
Fire EMS Other
Jan 0 41 19
Feb 0 45 15
Mar 0 57 18
Apr 1 44 23
May 0 46 25
Jun 0 41 17
Jul 1 47 21
Aug 2 51 27
Sep 3 45 15
Oct 1 40 27
Nov 0 36 28
Dec 1 38 19
Total 9 531 254

Past Incidents
2016 9 531 254
2015 30 462 237
2014 16 414 206
2013 11 409 180
2012 21 439 194
2011 30 421 152
2010 5 349 183
2009 25 375 174
2008 20 341 146

Web Counters
Website Visitors
Since
September 30, 2006
508,443
Visitors Today
Nov 21, 2017
37
Content Proudly Maintained By Contact Info Website Designed and Hosted By
Depoe Bay Fire District
P.O. Box 280
Gleneden Beach, OR 97388
Emergency Dial 911
Phone: 541-764-2202
Fax: 541-764-0902
E-mail: info@depoebayfire.com
Firehouse Solutions
www.FirehouseSolutions.com
Copyright © 2017 Firehouse Solutions (A Service of Technology Reflections, Inc.)