CPR/AED Card Certification through ASHI

We hold a class here at the fire station on the 4th Saturday of each month from 9am-2pm.

The class is $45 each person and must be paid in advance by cash or check.  No credit cards.

Once the class reaches a minimum enrollment of 6 and maximum of 10 you will be notified the class will be held.

If a class is not held due to low enrollment we can hold your check for the next month or return it.  Either way we will not deposit your check until the class is complete.

To be enrolled we will need your name, phone number, email address and payment.

This class will be taught by a certified instructor.

CPR/AED with NO Certification

If you are interested in learning CPR/AED techniques and do not need a certified course; we are happy to give a short instruction period anytime during normal business hours Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.  Personnel are subject to availability due to 911 calls but you may come by the station to receive instruction or call to ask questions.  This could take several minutes for a small group or much longer for a large group.​​

The Fire Districts Vision is to Serve, Educate, Train, and Protect, and community outreach is a key element of this vision.

Being connected to the community with a focus on customer service has been a priority for Canby Fire for more than 60 years, and will continue to be an organizational priority 365 days a year, on a 24 hour 7 day a week basis.

Whether it’s a simple blood pressure check at the fire station or active involvement at General Canby Days, we are there for the community we serve. Whether it’s simply serving lunch to the seniors at the Adult Center on Mondays, or hosting a food and toy drive at Christmas, we are there for the community we serve. Whether it’s participating in the Canby Kiddy Parade just prior to the fair, or training citizens emergency preparedness through our CERT program, we are there for our community. Whether it’s setting up interactive safety activities at the Knight School Carnival, or utilizing our Chaplain Fund to help someone adversely impacted by tragedy, we are there for our community. Bottom line, we are there for our community because we care.

The fire district also connects with its community by working closely with Canby High School. Our staff regularly participates in Future Focus job interview skill building and work ethics panel discussions. We also work with the Leadership group on outreach activities, which include our Christmas food and toy drive. And our firefighters are very proud to display the Canby Cougar mascot on all the front line emergency equipment.

The Fire District also connects with its business community through active participation with civic and service groups like the Canby Area Chamber of Commerce and the Canby Kiwanis.

We also work closely with the City of Canby and our service providers through our Emergency Operations Group.


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