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

quality emergency services through the efforts of its dedicated personnel.

Join Us at our Open House
Hear more information about the Bond Measure
Tour the Station - Talk with our Staff & Firefighters
Pick up a Volunteer Application
Enjoy a Hot Dog or two

Saturday - April 21st (11:00am to 2:00 pm)
St. Clair Fire Station - 4520 SE Highway 101 (Taft Area)

Saturday - April 28th (11:00am to 2:00pm)
Bob Everest Fire Station - 2525 NW Highway 101 (Oceanlake Area)

We Hope to See You There!

Measure 21-183
BALLOTS WILL BE MAILED OUT ON APRIL 26
{click here to see flyer that will be mailed out to voters }

North Lincoln Fire & Rescue District #1 has referred a measure to the May 15, 2018 ballot for the voters to consider the issuance of general obligation bonds not to exceed $6,500,000.  If the measure passes, the tax cost of these bonds would be $0.19 per $1,000 of assessed value.  Based on the current information from the Lincoln County Assessor's Office, the owner of a home assessed at $200,000 would pay an estimated $38.00 per year.

Currently in place is the 2017-18 Operating Rate of $0.68, the Local Option Levy of $0.84, and the existing Bond Rate of $0.13 for a total of $1.65 per $1,000 of assessed value.  If this measure passes, the new combined rate would be $1.84 per $1,000 of assessed value.  If the measure does not pass, the additional assessment of $.19 per $1,000 of assessed value would not be made.

If the bond passes, the following projects would be completed:

* Replace air packs at the end of their 15-year lifespan

* Replace the 25-year old emergency communication system

* Replace fire engines, a ladder truck, rescue apparatus, and
   command vehicles that serve fire and EMS personnel

*Changes to the Bob Everest Station (NW 25th & Hwy 101):

     (1) Add office space to allow all administrative staff to
           be housed in one location
     (2) Install a fire sprinkler system
     (3) Replace emergency generator
     (4) Build an enclosed room to house firefighters' gear
     (5) Repave parking areas; build a retaining wall
     (6) Replace HVAC system
     (7) Reconfigure crew quarters by building six dorms and three
          bathrooms, adding a secondary means of egress, and
          repairing the kitchen and living areas

* Replace emergency generator at the Rose Lodge Station

* Pave the parking lot at the Kernville Station

* Build a pump testing/draft site and live fire training site at the
   St. Clair Station

The District has applied for a grant to replace the air packs, but is uncertain as to whether or not the grant will be awarded.  the District was not able to identify any other funding sources for the other items.  If the bond measure does not pass, the above items would not be purchased and the listed projects would not be completed.







      Awards Banquet held on March 10, 2018

      Approximately 125 NLFR Members attended the Awards Banquet held at
      Chinook Winds Casino Ballroom for an evening of good food and
      a chance to honor our outstanding volunteers,

      paid firefighters, staff, and board members.
      In Chief Kerr's words:  "Thanks for all you do!"

      Years of Service
      5 Years
      Steve Allen
      Lacy LeDoux
      KrieAnn Kudar
      Jamie Mason
      Philip Rilatos

      10 Years
      Beau Brenneman

      35 Years
      Dan Drayton

      40 Years
      Bob Schroeder
      Wally Brown

      The Chief's Award went to the Board of Directors this year.
      Our Board of Directors are: 
      Tim Beatty, Danny Curler, Al Lee, Jamie Wright, Ron Woodard

      Safety Award - Ryan Smith
      Support Services Award - Aleta Carte
      Rookie of the Year Award - Samantha Konecny
      Rescuer of the Year Award - Al Longworth
      Firefighter of the Year
      - Eric Maestas


      Are you looking for a way to serve your community?
      Have you ever thought of becoming a Volunteer Firefighter?

      North Lincoln Fire & Rescue Volunteers are the best!
      Become a Volunteer Firefighter, EMS Responder, or Support Services!

      ** VISIT ONE OF THE FIRE STATIONS **

      Station 1400 @ 2525 NW Hwy 101

      Station 1600 @ 4520 SE Hwy 101

      ** GET A TOUR AROUND THE STATION **

      ** LOOK AT THE FIRE ENGINES **

      ** MEET THE CHIEF, VOLUNTEERS & STAFF **
      We are now accepting Volunteer Applications
      for the Firefighter Academy which begins in February 2018.

      You can pick up an application at the following locations:
      2525 NW Hwy 101 - Lincoln City (541-994-3100)
      4520 SE Hwy 101 - Lincoln City (541-996-2233)

      Click on the "Volunteer" tab above to watch a short video
      and print an application.


      A w a r d s    B a n q u e t
      The annual Awards Banquet was held on March 11, 2017 for 2016 recognitions.  It was well attended and everyone had a great time as awards and recognitions were presented.  The staff at Chinook Winds did an outstanding job preparing the ballroom for our event and the food was excellent, as it always has been in the past.  Thank you, Chinook Winds, for your part in making our event such a success.  Thank you to the NLFR staff and volunteers who assisted before and during the banquet.  Thank you to all who attended! 

      Recent Firefighter Academy Graduates received their Firefighter Badges:  Connor Anderson, Jerry Sneed, Candice Dickson, Joseph Waialeale, Samantha Konecny, Lexxie Lopez, and Shanna Cox (Shanna not able to attend).

      Firefighter Brian Nordyke and Firefighter Phil Rilatos presented Chief Don Baker with a "little" recognition of his years as Fire Chief for the District.  It was a very unique retirement award.

      Years of Service Awards
      5 Years:  Cheri McPherson
      10 Years:  Cory Seeto / George Blackeeter
      20 Years: Dave Clark /Jim Kusz
      25 Years: Dave McKee

      Top Responders
      Station 1200 - Al Longworth  / Station 1300 - George Blacketer
      Station 1400 - Dennis Knudson  / Station 1500 - Doug Strange
      Station 1600 - Chane Cisneros  / Station 1700 - Ken Brown

      Support Services Award: Cheri McPherson

      Maintenance Award - Captain Al Longworth
      Health & Safety Award - Lois Smith
      Rookie of the Year - Firefighter Cody Peterson
      Chiefs' Award - Chaplain Pauline Morrison
      Officer of the Year - Lieutenant David Bickerdyke
      Rescuer of the Year - Lieutenant Loren Nordyke
      Firefighter of the Year - Firefighter Eric Maestas

      Community Service Awards were presented in Recognition of Outstanding Service
       to North Lincoln Fire & Rescue during 2016 to the following:

      Depoe Bay Rural Fire Protection District
      Nestucca Rural Fire Protection District
      Lincoln City Towing