Serving the Aurora & Donald communities 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.

The Headquarters is in Aurora, and is where the administrative staff can be reached. 

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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Statewide Freeze Announced

begins November 18, 2020

Due to the recent spike in coronavirus infections which has reached record high positivity rates and hospitalizations in November, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced on Friday there will be a statewide two-week “freeze” starting Nov. 18 through Dec. 2. This action aims to limit group activities and slow the spread of COVID-19. If people do not abide by the governor’s latest mandates, which restricts social gatherings to six people, they could face a citation, fine, or even arrest.

In accordance with these most recent mandates, the Aurora Fire District is maintaining compliance by not allowing anyone other than staff to enter the station; therefore, upcoming Board meetings will continue to be held virtually via Google meet, while allowing public access via telephone. Please refer to the Board of Directors Meetings on the 'About us' page for more information. 

Additional information regarding Covid-19 updates can be found by clicking on the photo or button below. 

10/30/2020

Come by the Fire Station in  Aurora or the Station in Donald with your masks on and get some goodies on Saturday, October 31st from 5 - 7:30pm!

The Firefighters will be following the CDC Guidelines, having thoroughly sanitized, will be wearing masks, gloves, and keeping a safe distance. You can find us set up outside, so come on by!

 

LET'S HAVE A SAFE, FUN, & HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! :)

October 31, 2020

  • All Heating Types

    • Use heating equipment that has the label of a recognized testing laboratory.

    • Keep things that burn such as paper, curtains, bedding, or furniture, at least three feet away from all heating equipment, including fireplaces, wood stoves, and pellet stoves.

    • Keep a three foot “kid and pet free zone" around all heating equipment.

  • Heaters

    • Use newer, portable space heaters with an automatic shut-off so if they're tipped over, they will shut off.

    • Clean them each year before using and check for product recalls.

    • Unplug portable space heaters when not in use, before going to bed, or when leaving the room.

    • Make sure fuel-burning heaters are designed for indoor use, and are properly ventilated.  

  • Wood and Pellet Burning Heating Equipment (fireplaces, wood stoves, pellet stoves)

    • Maintain heating equipment and chimneys by having them cleaned and inspected at least once a year by a qualified professional.

    • In wood stoves and fireplaces, burn only dry, seasoned wood. In pellet stoves, burn only dry, seasoned pellets.

    • Make sure the fireplace has a sturdy screen to stop sparks from escaping.

    • ​Place ashes in a metal container, soak with water, and keep them at least 10 feet away from the home or anything that can burn. Dispose of the ash only after it is cool.​

UPDATE: Mailing address

October 1, 2020

Aurora Fire District will no longer have the PO Box for receiving mail. For all future correspondence, please use our street address for the Administrative Offices in Aurora:

21390 Main St NE, Aurora, OR 97002

 

Thank you!

Update: ONLY Emergency Responders allowed at Stations

April 27, 2020

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY 

Due to the continued increase in cases of COVID-19 in the counties we serve, the Aurora Fire District has made the decision to restrict anyone who is not an emergency responder from entering the stations in Aurora and Donald.

 

This includes all meetings.

 

For additional information regarding the availability for virtual telephonic attendance and also pre-participation for the upcoming Budget and Board meetings, just click on the button below. This official notice with all necessary information is also posted on the AFD facebook and twitter pages, and will soon be published in the local newspapers.

 

Please be aware that this policy has been established for the purpose of protecting our firefighters and EMTs so they can stay healthy and perform their duties in the safest manner possible, preventing / limiting exposure to the coronavirus under these unprecedented circumstances.

All of us at Aurora Fire District appreciate your compliance and understanding.

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!

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

April 5, 2019

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THE BURNING NEWS

use caution

Call before you burn

CALL BEFORE YOU BURN
- Info updated daily -
Burn Line: (877) 982-0011

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

Aurora Fire Station
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 number for Aurora if you are in need non-emergent 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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