About Oregon Fire & Rescue Department& Rescue

Oregon Fire and Rescue, located in Oregon, Ohio, was established in 1936. Oregon Fire and Rescue is made up of three bureaus and three fire stations. The fire administration overseen by the Fire Chief oversees the overall departments budget and planning. The fire prevention bureau overseen by the Assistant Fire Chief oversees fire inspections, public education, plans review, and fire investigations. The training bureau is overseen by the Battalion Chief of Training and oversees the training grounds and facility, training charter, and the overall training of the membership. The day-to-day operations is overseen by the on-duty Battalion Chief. Oregon Fire and Rescue serves a population of an estimated 19,950 residents. Oregon Fire and Rescue answers an estimated 3,500 calls for service. Oregon Fire covers approximately 28.5 sq. miles of land and 8 miles of water. Oregon Fire and Rescue is an active community partner and stewards of the community. Oregon Fire and Rescue Department is a combination department made up of over fifty (50) full-time and part-time personnel that provides emergency and non-emergency services. Emergency services include firefighting, emergency medical care, confined space, water rescue, rope rescue, and hazardous material response. Non-emergency activities include public education, fire inspections, pre-plans, and plan reviews. We strive to bring the best service to the residents and visitors through all of these services.

Mission

Our mission is to save lives, serve citizens, and protect the community through emergency response, fire prevention, and public education.

Vision

We are committed to being a progressive organization that leads the community in public safety through strong and effective leadership, a highly trained team, technology, and embracing change.

Core Values

Professionalism
Integrity
Courage
Leadership
Honor/Pride
Accountability
Excellence

Station information

Station 41 is located at 1040 S Wynn Rd. Our administrative staff are housed at this location. All front-line apparatus is located here as well, with 24/7 personnel.

Station 42 is located at 1102 S. Wheeling.

Station 43 is located at 4421 Bayshore Rd.

Locations

New fire station
Oregon Fire Station 2
Oregon Fire Station 3

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