Depoe Bay Fire District
  • Serving the citizens of Siletz Keys, Salishan, Gleneden Beach, Lincoln Beach, Boiler Bay, Depoe Bay, Miroco & Otter Rock
     
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    Due to COVID restrictions, DBFD facilities are closed to the general public.
    The Depoe Bay Fire District is conducting a formal selection process to invite architects and/or engineers to submit proposals to provide design and construction oversight for the seismic renovation of the District’s Gleneden Beach Fire Station 22.  Please refer to the SEISMIC UPGRADE STATION 22 tab for the full Request for Proposal and detailed information.

    The Depoe Bay Fire District Board of Directors will hold their monthly Regular Board Meeting at 4:00 pm on Tuesday, October 12th, 2021, at the Gleneden Beach Fire Station, 6445 Gleneden Beach Loop, Gleneden Beach, OR  97388.  Due to Federal and State COVID guidelines, the meeting is closed to the public.
    Download: 2021.10.12 Board of Directors Agenda.docx

    It's important to know the difference between the sounds of a smoke detector and a carbon monoxide alarm.  Test them regularly to hear the sounds and to verify the battery works.

    Fire Prevention Week is this week!  It's important to focus on what your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms are saying AND knowing when to take action! firepreventionweek.

    Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety with Firefighter Derek Mote. firepreventionweek.

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