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Many home fire-related fatalities and injuries are preventable.
Printable home fire escape plan
Plan and practice a home escape plan so you have two safe ways out from every room in your home and a meeting place outside.
Decide on a meeting place outside the home. Suggestions include by a tree or a mailbox that's a safe distance from your home, preferably on or near the street where firefighters would arrive. Stay there until help arrives. Do not return into the home to retrieve pets or other valuables.
Small children and people who are elderly or disabled will need special attention and may require assistance to evacuate the home. Include their requirements when making your plan.
Call 503-618-2355 if you own your home and are either low income and/or elderly and do not have a smoke detector, need replacement batteries or do not have a carbon monoxide detector.
Smoke alarm tip sheet
Children are often curious about fire. Adults can help keep children safe from fire.
If your child is between the ages of 3 and 17 and has started a fire, been involved in fire-play or shown a significant interest in fire, call 503-618-2355 for assistance.
Oregon Youth Fire Prevention and Intervention Program
Every second counts when you need help. Providing easy access to your medical information can make all the difference. But how can you provide medical information if you are unconscious or can't communicate?
Medical emergency refrigerator card
Provides responders with valuable information concerning your health and past medical history.
The form should:
For a printed version of this document, call 503-618-2355 or visit
your local fire station.
Every year fireworks ignite hundreds of fires in Oregon. Fires on roofs, in shrubs and bark dust and on decks are common and can cause damage to your home and injury to your family.
Fireworks and explosives are not allowed in any City park or open space.
Possession of illegal fireworks is a Class B misdemeanor and carries a $1,500 fine.
It’s against the law to make or modify fireworks in Oregon.
Studies confirm the chance of dying from the fire is reduced by half when working smoke alarms are present.
If you own your home and are low income or elderly, and don't have a smoke detector, need replacement batteries or don't have a carbon monoxide detector, call 503-618-2355.
Swimming, boating and other activities in and around water are a great way to cool off in hot weather. Unfortunately, drowning claims the lives of many people every year.
Red Cross water safety tips