Serving since 1948

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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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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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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!

October 17, 2019

Are you studying to be a firefighter?  Aurora Fire is currently seeking applications for Resident Volunteer.  Please click below for more information.

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.  

 

August 9, 2019

The Aurora Fire District recently accepted a generous donation by Mrs. Deb Barnes! She had heard about the District’s previous trailer being stolen from  Fire District property in the middle of the night, so she stepped up and provided a trailer to replace it.  THANK YOU MR. & MRS. BARNES!

April 5, 2019

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April 4, 2019

  • ​Receive fast and reliable weather alerts from the National Weather Service for up to five different locations nationwide.

  • Learn how to prepare for emergencies and useful tips to keep you and your loved ones safe before, during and after disasters.

  • Locate open shelters and disaster resource centers near you.

  • Submit photos of damage in your area.

  • Prepare your emergency kit, make a family plan, and set reminders.

  • Click below to learn more.

    October 18, 2018

    We encourage citizens to download the PulsePoint Responder application in the Apple App store for iOS devices, or the Google Play store for Android devices. Once downloaded you can add the agencies in your community and receive notifications when CPR is needed, as well as other significant calls that may be occurring nearby.

    Click the button below to go to their website for further information.

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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
    PO Box 9
    21390 Main St.

    Aurora, OR 97002

     

    OFFICE PHONE: (503) 678-5966

    FAX: (503) 678-1344

     

    EMERGENCY DIAL 9-1-1

    Donald Fire Station

    20909 Feller St.

    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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