Canby Fire District Public Programs
Smoke Alarm Program
Canby Fire applies each year to receive smoke alarms from the Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal Smoke Alarm Installation Program. The purpose of this program is to provide smoke alarms to Oregon fire agencies to install in residences that are unprotected. Because we are limited on the amount of alarms we receive each year, we kindly ask that only those with a financial need contact us for an alarm.
Canby Fire crews are more than happy to help ANYONE install or check their current or new smoke alarms or carbon monoxide detectors. Please call our main station at 503-266-5851 to let us know you are interested.
Canby Fire / School District Training
We love kids and we love to teach them about safety! Canby Fire and Canby Police join together to participate in training for lock down, earthquake drills, and fire alarms.
Canby Fire provides Stop the Bleed and CPR/AED training to all 7th and 8th graders in the Canby School District.
Call us to set up a time for your class to come visit the fire station for a tour, for our crews to visit your school for a safety presentation, or for general questions on safety at the school or in the classroom.
This is a new group of community business owners who meet monthly to discuss different emergency preparations, such as earthquakes drills, fire extinguisher use, medical emergency situations, and much more. Please contact Canby Fire to learn more about this newly enacted program and how you can contribute to community safety.
This program is not funded and does not insure its participants. It is strictly an informational learning group with brainstorming sessions. Canby business owners are encouraged to attend.
Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT)
Information on this new program coming soon!
Contact Canby Fire about property address signage questions at 503-266-5851.
FDCs and Hydrants
Contact Canby Fire regarding questions related to hydrants or FDCs at 503-266-5851.
Please refer to this guide for proper maintenance of landscaping around your hydrant.
AED Loaner Program
The Richard Davies First Responder Assistance Fund purchased AEDs for Canby Fire to loan out to community members and businesses while their AED is being ordered, new pads or batteries are shipping, or the AED is out of service for any reason. This program was started to ensure that everyone was covered in the event of a cardiac incident. Please call Canby Fire if you or your business would be interested in an AED loaner.
KNOX Box Loaner Program
The Richard Davies First Responder Assistance Fund purchased KNOX boxes for Canby Fire to loan out to community members and businesses while they wait for their KNOX box to arrive or need to make access to a home or business a priority during a short-term circumstance. KNOX boxes are mounted to a building and contain a key for access. In the case of an emergency, first responders can access those KNOX boxes with a master key and gain entrance to the building without causes damage from broken doors or windows. Please contact Canby Fire if you are in need of a loaner KNOX box or have questions regarding them.