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

quality emergency services through the efforts of its dedicated personnel.


Contact Information:

Bob Everest Station 1400

2525 NW Highway, Lincoln City

PO Box 200, Lincoln City, OR 97367

Phone:  541-996-2233

Fax:  541-996-5344

Open Monday through Friday (8am to 5pm)

The Administrative Offices of 
North Lincoln Fire & Rescue are now open 
as allowed under Phase 1 of the re-opening plan.

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

Bob Everest Station
2525 NW Highway 101, Lincoln City
541-996-2233
BURN PERMITS INFORMATION

A coalition of state agencies (including the Lincoln County Fire Chiefs) are asking Oregonians to voluntarily refrain from outdoor burning.  We recognize many 
Oregonians use fire as a necessary land management tool.  However, during the 
current pandemic, smoke from fires could cause upper respiratory issues 
that may be incorrectly attributed to COVID-19, and first responders 
are at limited capacity to respond to fires that get out of control.


We understand that this may be an inconvenience, 
but it will help the bigger picture. 
All the County Fire Chiefs thank you for your help. 
We will keep you advised when conditions change.



You can apply for a burn permit two ways:

(1)  Call 541-996-2233  
After your information is obtained, 
the permit can be emailed to you.

(2) Apply in person at the Bob Everest Station
2525 NW Hwy 101, Lincoln City

NOTE:  DUE TO THE DRY CONDITIONS, 
BURN SEASON MAY CLOSE EARLY THIS YEAR.


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.

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. 
Several educational sessions took place recently around the county.
    
....click on one of the following to view information...


Beach Safety Guide

Learn about Sneaker Waves, Beach Logs, High Tides & Waves, Rip Currents,

Cliff Dangers, Tsunamis, Sand Collapses

J. A. W. S.

(Just Add Water Safety)

 

>>>  click here to view brochure  <<<