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No Caption Burn Ban Lifted - Effective September 19, 2019

Assistant Chief Bryan Daniels, September 17

Yard Debris Burning allowed in Lincoln County effective Thursday, September 19th.


The Lincoln County Fire Defense Board, and the nine fire protection agencies are opening burn season Thursday, September 19, 2019. With our recent rain and forecasted precipitation, the risk of fire spread has decreased and is expected to remain at a low level.

This summer’s weather was not as dry as the previous ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Commercial Structure Fire - Gleneden Beach

Assistant Chief Bryan Daniels, September 16

At approximately 2:00 p.m. on 9/15/2019, the Depoe Bay Fire District responded to a commercial structure fire after receiving multiple calls of “flames from the roof” at the Gleneden Beach Christian Church in Gleneden Beach. Reports indicated that the fire was rapidly spreading and the building was confirmed as vacant. Firefighters from Depoe Bay were assisted by crews from North Lincoln Fire and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Structure Fire • Gleneden Beach

Asst. Chief Bryan Daniels, May 19

The Depoe Bay Fire District was dispatched to a reported structure fire at a home in Gleneden Beach on May 19th just before noon. After receiving multiple reports via 911, mutual aid resources from North Lincoln Fire and Rescue and Newport Fire were dispatched along with crews from Depoe Bay Fire. On arrival personnel found the attached garage of one residence fully involved with fire and extending ... (Full Story & Photos)

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NEWSLETTER: The Spouting Hydrant • October 2018

October 12

Depoe Bay Fire Chief Bill Johnson reports on recent District activity, including grants and an upcoming ballot measure. The 5-year optional levy that currently provides funding for 6 firefighters will expire in fiscal year 2019/2020, and Depoe Bay Fire District is asking for voter approval of a new 5-year optional levy which would begin in 2020/2021. This levy would provide funding for up to four ... (Full Story & Photos)

Chief Bill Johnson with firefighters Jordon Burdick and Andrew Larson. Photo by Rick Beasley, Newport News-Times.
Chief Bill Johnson with firefighters Jordon Burdick and Andrew Larson. Photo by Rick Beasley, Newport News-Times.

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Salishan Lodge remains fully open for business. (Photo via www.salishan.com)
Salishan Lodge remains fully open for business. (Photo via www.salishan.com)

Salishan Lodge Remains Open after Minor Fire

Bill Johnson, Fire Chief, August 30

Depoe Bay Fire responded to a reported chimney fire at Salishan Lodge in Gleneden Beach at 7:13 p.m., Wednesday, August 29, 2018. Upon arrival crews found fire on the roof around the chimney. Fire suppression was initiated, and mutual aid was requested from North Lincoln Fire Rescue and Newport Fire Department. In total, 3 engines, 1 ladder truck, 1 rescue, and 4 chief officers responded with a total ... (Full Story & Photos)

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SMOKE ALARM RECALL: Kidde Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm

March 23

Brand Name, Model of Affected Product: Kidde Dual Sensor (Photoelectric and Ionization) Smoke Alarms – Models PI2010 and PI9010

Hazard: A yellow protective cap in limited instances may have been left on one of the two smoke sensors in affected products during the manufacturing process, which could compromise the smoke alarms' ability to detect smoke.

Remedy: Replace affected ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Joshua Williams, June 27

Effective May 22, the Willamette Valley Communications Center debuts the Text-To-911 service in Lincoln, Polk and Marion counties.

WVCC, which dispatches for 29 police, fire and ambulance services in the three counties, has completed testing and is now accepting text messages to 911 on Monday.

Text-To-911 is now an option for residents with wireless devices who need emergency assistance, but they ... (Full Story & Photos)

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DEPOE BAY FIRE USES EMILY TO RESCUE TWO FROM RIP TIDE NEAR OTTER ROCK

Joshua L. Williams, Fire Chief, July 16

Gleneden Beach, July 15, 2012 – Depoe Bay Fire District saved two swimmers being pulled out to sea by a rip current in the waters just south of the Devil's Punch Bowl earlier this evening. The firefighters were responding to a report of two children between 10 and 12 years old being caught in a rip current.

One child made it to shore as the fire fighters arrived on scene. The child's father ... (Full Story & Photos)

EMILY (Emergency Integrated Lifesaving Lanyard
EMILY (Emergency Integrated Lifesaving Lanyard

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2019 Incidents
Fire Medical Other
Jan 1 50 22
Feb 2 39 22
Mar 6 57 32
Apr 2 30 29
May 3 40 26
Jun 1 50 33
Jul 4 52 29
Aug 2 37 42
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 21 355 235

2018 Incidents
Fire EMS Other
Jan 1 38 14
Feb 0 31 15
Mar 2 46 17
Apr 1 39 20
May 0 44 24
Jun 3 40 17
Jul 3 46 31
Aug 8 44 28
Sep 0 56 19
Oct 0 49 21
Nov 2 42 21
Dec 4 43 34
Total 24 518 261

Past Incidents
Fire EMS Other
2017 16 494 300
2016 9 531 254
2015 30 462 237
2014 16 414 206
2013 11 409 180
2012 21 439 194
2011 30 421 152
2010 5 349 183
2009 25 375 174

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