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TargetSolutions                          District Webmail Login

North Lincoln Fire & Rescue District #1 is committed to providing

quality emergency services through the efforts of its dedicated personnel.

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Contact Information:

EMAIL:  info@nlfr.org

Bob Everest Station 14, 2525 NW Highway 101, Lincoln City

Mailing Address:PO Box 200, Lincoln City, OR 97367

Phone:  541-996-2233 / Fax:  541-996-5344

Monday through Friday (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)


Yard Debris Burning is closed.


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* * * * O p e n   H o u s e * * * *
Now that the COVID restrictions have been lifted, 
we will be having an Open House at the 
Bob Everest Station 14.

SATURDAY - AUGUST 14th @ 11am to 3pm

* Take a tour of the remodeled station
* Bring your friends; children welcome
* Take a look at the fire apparatus

The following will have tables 
with information and people to talk with:

 * Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
* Lincoln County Emergency Management
* Wildfire Education Materials
* Volunteer Firefighter Recruitment

Bob Everest Station 14
2525 NW Highway 101
Lincoln City, Oregon


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MOVE OVER . . . it's the law
Drivers must move over to a non-adjacent lane (or slow down) when approaching the rear of police, fire, and ambulance vehicles, as well as any motor vehicle that is stopped and is displaying required warning lights or hazard lights, or a person is indicating distress by using emergency flares or posting emergency signs.

Most importantly, drivers should be alert.  If you can safely move over when approaching a vehicle stopped for an emergency, do so.  If you can't, slow down.

Slow down means reducing your speed by at least five miles per hour below the posted speed of the roadway.

The fine for this violtion is currently $265 ($525 if the location is within a safety cooridor, school zone or work zone).


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Fire Season Has Arrived

Fire season appears to have come earlier than anticipated, and with drought conditions in several areas of the state, we could be looking at another intense fire season. There are currently fires burning in Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, and Wasco Counties. Many of SDAO’s member fire districts support operations on these fires and are asking for your assistance to reduce fire spread in the event of a wildfire in your area. It is vital that all our members protect their properties from fire. Please take time to review these critical points from the National Fire Protection Association.

 

Before a wildfire threatens your area
In and around your home and business
Create an emergency plan
In your community
During the time a wildfire is in your area
After a wildfire has been contained



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Prepare your home or business
in the event of a wildfire

Several Lincoln County agencies partnered together to prepare 
community members, business owners,and visitors 
about our local wildfire threat and response procedures. 

    
....click on one of the following to view information...




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What is CERT?
How can I become involved?
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PUBLIC RECORDS REQUESTS
North Lincoln Fire & Rescue District #1 complies
with the Oregon Public Records Law ORS 192.410-192.505.


(please print the form, fill it out, and mail or deliver it to us at:
Mail:  PO Box 200, Lincoln City, OR 97367
Deliver:  2525 NW Hwy 101, Lincoln City
If you have questions about the procedure, call us at 541-996-2233.