Fire Stations:

Currently, North Lincoln Fire & Rescue maintains 6 fire stations. Of those 6 stations, 2 of them are staffed year round. The 6 stations are split into two Battalions: Battalion 1 and Battalion 2.
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Battalion 1
Station 12
Station 12 is located in the unincorporated community of Rose Lodge at 5284 Salmon River Highway in Otis, Oregon.

This station is staffed by volunteers who respond from home.

The apparatus located at this station are Brush-12,
Tender-12, Heavy Rescue-12, Rescue-12.

The Parade Engine 2 (Devils Lake Fire) is also housed at this station.

Apparatus Pictures
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Station 13
Station 13 is located in the unincorporated community of Otis at 381 Old Scenic Highway in Otis, Oregon.

This station is staffed by volunteers who respond from home.

The apparatus housed at this station are Engine-13 and Brush-13.

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Station 14
The Bob Everest Station is known to many by its old name - The Oceanlake Station.  This station is the Administrative Offices of the District and is located at 2525 NW Highway 101 in Lincoln City, Oregon.  The contact phone number is 541-996-2233.  

The administrative staff located at this station are the Fire Chief, the Fire Marshal, the Deputy Chief, the Administrative Assistant, and the Office Administrator/HR.  

In addition to the administrative staff, this station is staffed by career firefighters and volunteers who respond from home.

The apparatus at this station are Engine-14, Engine-142, Ladder-14, Water Rescue-14 carrying Jet Ski 14, Water Rescue-142 carry Jet Ski 142, and Beach Rescue-14.


The Bob Everest Station is known to many by its old name - The Oceanlake Station.  This station is the Administrative Offices of the District and is located at 2525 NW Highway 101 in Lincoln City, Oregon.  The contact phone number is 541-996-2233.  

The administrative staff located at this station are the Fire Chief, the Fire Marshal, the Deputy Chief, the Administrative Assistant, and the Office Administrator/HR.  

In addition to the administrative staff, this station is staffed by career firefighters and volunteers who respond from home.

The apparatus at this station are Engine-14, Engine-142, Ladder-14, Water Rescue-14, Water Rescue-142, and Beach Rescue-14.
Battalion 2
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Station 15
The DeLake Station is located at 1500 SE 9th Street in Lincoln City, Oregon.  

This station is staffed by volunteers who respond from home. This station also serves as the home for NLFR's only ambulance, Rescue-15. When requested, this ambulance is staffed by career and/or volunteers as either a BLS ambulance or an ALS ambulance. 

This station also serves as the move-up point for both the Station 14 or Station 16 crews when either crew has to respond to the edges of NLFR's district.

The apparatus at this station are Engine-15, Rescue-15 and Utility 15.

Station 16
The St. Clair Station is known to most as the Taft Station.  The name was changed in 2016. Elmo St. Clair was a former Volunteer Firefighter, an Officer, the Fire Chief, and a Board Member of the Taft-Nelscott-Delake Fire Department prior to the merger with Devils Lake Fire Department.    

The efforts of Elmo St. Clair led directly to the construction of the Taft Station, which included research, planning, vision, and acquisition of land for the new station. When the two fire departments merged, the name was changed to North Lincoln Fire & Rescue District #1.

This station is located at 4520 SE Highway 101 in Lincoln City, Oregon.

This station is staffed by career firefighters, volunteers who respond from home, and volunteers who pull stipend shifts. Formerly staffed by respond from home volunteers and stipend shift volunteers, the increased call volume of NLFR has necessitated career staffing in addition to volunteers.  

NLFR employs a full time mechanic to help maintain the large fleet of apparatus. Station 16 has a dedicated bay to perform such maintenance.

Apparatus housed at this station are Engine-16, Rescue-16, Ladder-16, Heavy Rescue-16, and Water Rescue-16.

Station 17
The Kernville Station is located at 3726 Siletz River Highway in Lincoln City, Oregon.

This station is staffed by volunteers who respond from home.

This station houses Engine-17 and Brush-17.