Clackamas Fire District #1 is proud to be an internationally accredited organization which provides fire, rescue, and emergency medical services to five cities (including Milwaukie, Oregon City, Happy Valley, Johnson City and a portion of Damascus), as well as the unincorporated areas of Oak Lodge, Clackamas, Westwood, Carver, Redland, Beavercreek, Carus, Clarkes, and South End/Central Point.
Clackamas Fire District #1 has 17 fire stations strategically located throughout Clackamas County with a workforce of more than 200 employees & volunteers and is the second largest fire protection district in Oregon, serving over 179,000 citizens in an area covering nearly 200 square miles.
Our firefighters/paramedics respond to over 16,500 incidents annually throughout the fire district. Clackamas Fire District #1 is an Internationally Accredited agency meeting the highest standards in emergency service delivery.
As we grow, we continue to focus on the qualities that have made our district a leader in fire and emergency service delivery:
• Commitment to quality
• Premier training program
• Specialty rescue
• Fire prevention service
• Humanitarian assistance
• Outstanding customer service
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Clackamas Fire District #1 is one of only 116 agencies worldwide to be accredited by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI). Fire Chief Ed Kirchhofer credits the fire district’s professionalism and the support of the Board of Directors for achieving this gold standard of the fire industry. “Attaining international accreditation demonstrates the fire district’s commitment to provide the highest quality of service to our communities."