Backyard burning is closed for the season (June 17 – October 1). *Approved fire pits and ceremonial or warming fires will remain allowed unless we move into extreme fire danger. Please continue to use extreme caution when any type of burning is taking place, keep a water source nearby, and never leave your fire unattended.

*Starting June 23, Canby Fire District is in high fire danger. Call 503-266-1195 for updates. 

Canby Fire’s lobby is now open! Those who are fully vaccinated are not required to wear a mask. Everyone will be asked to complete an electronic temperature check and screening questionnaire upon entry. Thank you for your cooperation!
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Burn Information

Backyard burning is closed for the season (June 17 – October 1). Approved fire pits and ceremonial or warming fires will remain allowed unless we move into extreme fire danger. Please continue to use extreme caution when any type of burning is taking place, keep a water source nearby, and never leave your fire unattended.

Burn Information Line
Call the burn line daily for updated information on current conditions.
Wildfires
Fireworks
Hazardous Waste Disposal

Medications: Drop off at Canby Police – 1175 NW 3rd Ave, Canby, OR 97013

Fireworks: Call Oregon State Police – 503-378-3720

Other Waste Disposal: Click the button above for information and directions to the Metro South Transfer Station

Commercial Construction
  • MERRC Program
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2019 Oregon Fire Code
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Suicide Prevention
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Fire Extinguishers
Hydrants and FDCs
2020 Strategic Plan
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Training and Alerts
  • CPR / AED / Stop the Bleed
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  • PulsePoint Apps
  • Public Alerting
  • Texting 9-1-1
Knox Box Program

To find out more about Canby Fire’s Knox Box loaner program or how to purchase your own, click the button above.

Bond
  • 10-year Bond with Updates
Kid’s Activities
Sparky’s Art Page

Help our firefighters design and color Medic 361 and Engine 361 and stay safe at home with some fun activities. We’d love to see your work!

Fire Watch Guidelines

For fire watch guidelines and the form template, please click the red button above.

Coronavirus Awareness

Coronavirus Awareness

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

CANBY FIRE STATIONS AND APPARATUS

Canby Fire’s main station on South Pine St., manned by paid personnel, volunteers, Interns, and houses the district’s administrative staff.

For more information: Station 361

Canby Fire’s rural station on highway 170, currently housing Interns for response.

For more information: Station 365

Canby Fire’s newest medical response station in the making!

For more information: Station 363

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Join Our Team!

Below are the different volunteer opportunities we have available at Canby Fire. Switch between the tabs to view them all. If you are interested in applying, please click the button to the left.

Our Rehab group responds to fires where they monitor the overall health of crews and provide food, water, and a cooling area.

This is a program that operates on the same shift schedule as our paid crews and provides for reimbursement for school programs and classes related to Fire Science or Emergency Medical. This provides interns with shift experience and hands-on learning that can be applied to future fire service careers.

Canby Fire volunteers get hands-on experience with both fire and emergency medical services. Our volunteers meet weekly for training and respond on calls during their designated shifts.

Our Chaplains group consists of volunteers who respond on scene when they are needed to support families, our first responders, and patients.

If you’re interested in responding to fires on an as-needed basis but don’t necessarily have the time commitment to volunteer as a combat firefighter, a water tender driver/operator position may be the perfect fit for you! Fill out an application today or call for more details.

Our office is occasionally in need of volunteers to help with basic office duties and coverage during high demand work times. If you are interested in receiving volunteer hours, please reach out.

“This is an all volunteer group of Amateur Radio Communications Operators that serve the fire district, the county, and the state in radio voice and digital communications in the case of a major event. It’s possible that the first line of communications for first responders (fire, police, EMS) and other supported agencies could fail due to wildfires, earthquakes, and weather-related incidents. Amateur radio operators can be in service and in the air in a very short timeframe and establish communications for these agencies. Canby Fire is the lead agency for the Canby area. We will provide communications to the county, the state and federal government as directed by the authorities. If you are a licensed ham operator in the Canby area, contact us for details on how YOU can become part of your communities emergence response team. Fill out an application if you’re interested in joining this team or call with questions.” – Jerry Burn, radio operator

NERT (Neighborhood Emergency Response Team) is essential for the community and serves to train and protect by teaching about prevention such as fire extinguishers, coordinating during natural disasters, improving communication throughout the community, and much more! Fill out an application today if you’re interested in being part of a NERT group or call for questions.