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Welcome to Aurora Fire 

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Welcome to the Aurora Rural Fire Protection District website.  Aurora Fire is a combination district which serves an area of about 64 square miles within Marion and Clackamas Counties - including the cities of Aurora and Donald.  Please click below to learn more.

The Aurora Rural Fire Protection District is asking for voter approval of a five (5) year property tax levy ($1.51 per $1,000 of assessed value) to provide funding to keep our Firefighter/EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians). Without the additional funding, we will be forced to layoff at least half of our current staff. This will result in elimination of 24 hour coverage from career firefighters.

211 Health & Human Services

Find local community resources or child care providers here.

Would we be able to find you in an emergency?  You can help us by purchasing an address sign today!  Click below to find our order form.

Aurora Firefighters might be able to help you check. Firefighters can come to your home and check your smoke detector to be sure it is operating properly and located in an appropriate location. Click below to learn more.

Did you know that you can receive emergency phone, text and/or email messages in the event of an emergency in our area?  Click the sign up above to sign up or click below to learn more.

Dispatch is now capable of receiving text to 9-1-1 in our area.  Please click below for more information.

Fire Safety is everyone's responsibility.  Teach your children the importance of fire safety while enjoying some fun interactive games and activities.  Click below to learn more.

Where do I take my used needles?

Unfortunately Aurora Fire does not take public medical waste or sharps, but you can click the title, image or button below for more information on who might be able to help you properly dispose of your sharps containers and medical waste.

Check road conditions, see road closures, road construction, view cameras, and plan your trip.  Click the link below.

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Burn Line: (877) 982-0011

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You can be a volunteer Firefighter

or Support member.  


CLICK HERE for details.

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(877) 982-0011

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