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Did you know that the Aurora Fire District is served by mostly volunteers?  Aurora Fire serves an area of 64 square miles in both Marion and Clackamas Counties.  We serve the cities of Aurora and Donald and have two fire stations, one in each city.

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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.

METCOM 9-1-1 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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Annual Easter Egg Hunt Cancelled

March 17, 2020

The health and safety of our community and employees are our top priorities; therefore, we sadly must cancel the Annual Easter Egg Hunt event that was scheduled in April. We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience.

The Easter Egg Hunt has always been a popular, highly attended event, but we are doing our due diligence by following the state and local guidelines/requirements as necessary, given the recommendations from the CDC regarding COVID-19.

Our Firefighters Association will try to look for other opportunities, and may add another event in the future to make up for cancelling this much-anticipated event, once the coronavirus threat has passed. We continue to monitor this ever-changing public health situation and remain committed to doing everything we can to serve our community. Thank you for your understanding.

-Aurora Rural Fire Protection District #63

COVID-19 PRESS RELEASE

March 12, 2020

Click on either the photo or the button below to read the full Press Release from Fire Chief Joshua Williams.

 

Aurora Fire District will continue to provide current information as it becomes available. Until the threat has passed, several  implementations are being put into place, effective immediately, in order to best protect our First Responders, staff, and the community overall from this viral outbreak. 

We sincerely appreciate your cooperation!

February 27, 2020

Aurora Fire will be accepting applications for Firefighter/EMT and Firefighter/Paramedic beginning March 2, 2020.  For more information and the application please click on the button below.

Budget Committee Vacancies

Click below for a link to the official announcement and more detailed information.

If you live or own property within the District boundaries and you wish to serve, please provide a letter of intent to Aurora Fire District. Committee members will be appointed at the next Board Meeting on March 18th.

Questions? Please contact Aurora Fire District during office hours at: 503-678-5966

or email: emurphy@aurorafire.org

Junk Cars Wanted

February 28th 2020

The Aurora fire district is in need of vehicles for Extrication training. If you have an old, broken down or wrecked vehicle that you need or want to get rid of, we can help. You must meet the following qualifications to be eligible:

- The vehicle must be within 20 miles of the Aurora Fire District.

- You must have the title in possession and be the legal owner.

- Must be in usable condition for training.

- Must provide the Fire District with a photo for approval.

 

Contact Lt. Tim Gloy at 503-678-5966 or tgloy@aurorafire.org

November 8, 2019

Do you have a wood burning stove? Are you considering getting one?  If so, please read these safety tips provided by Grady (5th Grade).  Click below for more info.

Don't forget to get your chimney cleaned and inspected every year!

September 16, 2019

Aurora Fire would like to remind you to clean your chimney and keep items at least three feet from your space or wall heaters this Fall.  

 

Don't forget to be sure to check your smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors this fall also.  

 

April 5, 2019

Read the latest version of our newsletter!  Click the button below for the full version.

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THE BURNING NEWS

USE CAUTION

Call before you burn!

Burn Information
(877) 982-0011 or click below for more information.

You can be a volunteer Firefighter, Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) or Support member.  CLICK HERE for details.

Aurora Fire Station
P.O. Box 9
21390 Main Street NE

Aurora, OR 97002

 

OFFICE PHONE: (503) 678-5966

FAX: (503) 678-1344

 

EMERGENCY DIAL 9-1-1

Donald Fire Station

20909 Feller Street NE

Donald, OR 97020

 

(Please call the Office Line for assistance)

 

 

OPEN BURN INFORMATION LINE: (877) 982-0011

For Smoke Complaints please call DEQ at (503) 378-8420

CLICK HERE For more information on Open Burning

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