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.


Contact us about any questions or start the conversation if your interested in being a Volunteer : 541.386.1550

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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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Burn hours have changed to 6am-11am with valid permit.

Blossom Breakfast this Sunday April 21st 7am-11am. Rockford Station on Barrett drive.

Burn hours are sunrise til sunset with a valid permit! Swing by the Business Office at 1185 Tucker Road if you need one. The office phone is 541-386-1550.

Burn ban still in effect, look for a change later in the week if the weather holds!

Fire Season is still in effect! We will let everyone know when things change. #firedanger

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2 weeks ago

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Wy'East Fire responded to a structure fire this evening on Odell Hwy. The fire is under investigation at this time. 2 subjects were transported to the hospital for evaluation after inhaling smoke. Thank you to all of our neighboring agencies for all the help. West Side Fire, Parkdale Fire and Hood River Fire.

Please check your smoke detectors!! Working smoke detectors save lives. If you need assistance with your detectors you can contact your local fire department and we will gladly help.
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2 weeks ago

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Current conditions are looking and feeling more like mid-fire season than early May. Here at ODF, we aren’t letting the calendar distract us from doing our part to prevent and prepare to respond to wildfires – and we are asking Oregonians to join us.

“We are already seeing increased fire activity across the state,” says Doug Grafe, ODF’s Chief of Fire Protection. “With warm and dry weather forecasted to continue through the weekend, and already dry fuels on the landscape, all ODF employees are in a state of readiness. We ask the public to join us as we work together to prevent wildfires and protect Oregon’s forests.”

Oregonians know to enjoy warm spring weather when given the chance – hiking, camping, boating, biking – the options for outdoor adventure in our beautiful state are endless! For others, this is the ideal time for outdoor spring cleaning.

Whether working or playing – fire prevention is up to each of us! A few tips to keep in mind:

• Don't burn on windy days.
• Make sure campfires or debris burns are dead out before
you walk away.
• Keep vehicles on roads - don't idle on dry grass.

For more info to help you make #firesafe choices now and all year long, check out these helpful resources:

ODF's Fire Prevention website
Keep Oregon Green:

#GoTeam #WildfireAwarenessMonth
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West Side Fire Station #1 (Training Center), 4250 Barrett Rd.


West Side Fire Station #2 (Admin. Office), 1185 Tucker Rd.