Our Mission

Neighbor helping neighbor since 1948.

The West Side Fire District shall help preserve and enhance the quality of life in our community by protecting life and property in and around the fire district by providing: Fire Suppression, Fire Prevention, Emergency Medical Services, Public Awareness Programs, Inspections and other related services. This shall be accomplished by the dedicated service of our volunteer firefighters.


Important Information Links

Get alerted about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for our Emergency Alert Program. Click here to sign up

Visit the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Central Oregon District Info page here. The District is responsible for the protection of 2.2 million acres of private and public forest and rangeland in 11 counties in the north-central portion of Oregon.

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It is now week three of Wildfire Awareness Month in Oregon! #WAM This week is all about fire-prone plants, such as juniper, cypress, and arborvitae varieties. Did you know that decades of research from NFPA’s Wildfire and Firewise USA Programs have shown that both the house and the landscape adjacent to it play a critical role in the structure surviving a wildfire? A wildfire can transfer from ignited vegetation to an ignited home though radiation, convection, or embers/firebrands.

To better prepare your home, use fire-resistant plants, which include:

Fire- resistant plant list: catalog.extension.oregonstate.edu/sites/catalog/files/project/pdf/pnw590.pdf
Fire-resistant privacy screening plant list:
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It’s that time of year, we will be transitioning our burn hours. 6am to 11am with a valid permit!

Permits are available at the business office.
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On Thursday the Hood River County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon State Police and local Fire/EMS responders conducted a lockdown and evacuation drill at HRVHS in coordination with school officials. Following the evacuation, School Resource Deputy Ives of HRCSO led an assembly to talk about safety and how the students can play their part.

1) Access control: All visitors and late-arriving students should enter through the main entrance. All other doors are locked for a reason.
2) If you see something, say something: Students are usually the first to know if a peer is having a difficult time or if threats are being made.
3) No bullying allowed: Students are in control of the campus culture and have the ability to put a stop to bullying.
4) Be a friend: Students should never allow a student to be lonely even as they are surrounded by people.

HRCSO, the Hood River County School District, and all local first responders place a high priority on school safety, and have worked closely on school safety drills throughout the school year. A big shout out to the students of HRVHS who did an amazing job!
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Westside Station #1, 4250 Barrett Rd. - Hood River, Oregon 97031


Westside Station #2 (Office), 1185 Tucker Rd. - Hood River, OR 97031