Depoe Bay Fire District
  • Serving the citizens of Siletz Keys, Salishan, Gleneden Beach, Lincoln Beach, Boiler Bay, Depoe Bay, Miroco & Otter Rock
    Burn Information
    OPEN BURNING IS PERMITTED WITHIN THE DISTRICT BOUNDARIES. Remember to always be in attendance of burn piles.
    The Depoe Bay Fire District Board of Directors will hold their monthly Board Meeting immediately following the 10:00 am Budget Committee Meeting on Monday, May 10, 2021 at the Gleneden Beach Fire Station, Gleneden Beach Loop, Gleneden Beach, ORĀ  97388. To promote social distancing guidelines currently in place at federal and state levels, the Board asks that individuals who wish to attend the meeting contact the District Administrator at least forty-eight hours prior to the noticed meeting time by phone at 541-764-2202 or by email at
    Download: 2021.5.10 Board of Directors Agenda.docx

    A public meeting of the Budget Committee of the Depoe Bay Rural Fire Protection District, Lincoln County, State of Oregon, to discuss the budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022, will be held at the Gleneden Beach Fire Station, 6445 Gleneden Beach Loop, Gleneden Beach, Oregon, on Monday, May 10, 2021 at 10:00 am.
    Download: AGENDA Budget Committee FY 21.22.docx

    Another successful Food and Gift Basket Drive in the books!  Not even COVID could stop Santa! A little different this year given the circumstances, but a tremendous effort and worthwhile cause.  Special thanks to Marti Smith and Dylan Smith from Chester's Thriftway Markets for coordinating such a wonderful event.
    Download: toy drive 2 12 2021.jpg

    Captain Eric Leonard of the Depoe Bay Fire District recently was awarded the Oregon Fire Chief’s Association distinguished Award of Excellence for his dedication and commitment to the fire services and communities he serves.  Captain Leonard was nominated for this award by Fire Chief Bryan Daniels for his conduct in organizing a joint career firefighter recruit academy.

    In celebration of the 2020 National Fire Protection Week, the Depoe Bay Fire District held an Open House on Thursday, October 8th, 2020, at the Gleneden Beach Station in partnership with the Beach Buddies. The Open House included hands on fire extinguisher demonstrations and bestowed the distinction of Honorary Firefighters to Ryan Bailey and Warren Mesa. The Depoe Bay Fire District is proud to honor these two young men who have shown a genuine interest in the well being and friendship of our firefighters along with the working aspect of firefighting. Ryan and Warren have participated in Depoe Bay Fire District events and enjoy the camaraderie found at the Fire Station. Ryan and Warren were presented with firefighter helmets, Depoe Bay Fire District tshirts, hot cups and individual certificates as Honorary Firefighters. Ryan and Warren are members of the Beach Buddies, a local program whose Mission is to provide opportunities for community inclusion to individuals of all abilities who are 18 years of age and older living on the Central Oregon Coast in the form of social events and community outings. The Beach Buddies excel at providing each individual with respect, thoughtfulness of their needs, and showing kindness and dignity while recognizing the uniqueness of allowing each person to be themselves. For more information about National Fire Protection and fire prevention, visit For more information about the Beach Buddies, visit . To see this years Fire Prevention videos produced by the Depoe Bay Fire District, visit

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