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.
Clackamas County Public Alerts Notification System is designed to alert registered users of critical emergency messaging via email, phone call, and text during times of disasters. Important messages that could be relayed include notices to evacuate, shelter-in-place, shelter locations, and other extremely important information. Read more.
The system is programmed with landline phone numbers, both listed and unlisted from telephone company records. You must sign up here in order to receive alerts by:
- Cell phone
- Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP)
- TTY/TDD Devices
Enroll HERE today!
You can also download the Everbridge app on your phone or tablet to register and get notified on the go. Look for the orange Everbridge symbol (see left) in the Apple or Google Play Store.
If calling 9-1-1 isn’t an option, texting is! Clackamas County Dispatch now offers texting 9-1-1 as an option in an emergency. Texting should only be used if you are unable to call due to the situation or other circumstance. Follow this link to learn more: Learn More Here
When should you contact 9-1-1? Visit Clackamas County’s page for more information!
The PulsePoint app notifies users of cardiac arrests near your current location. Users are notified with the hope that they are trained in hands-only CPR and use of AED’s. PulsePoint also shows all nearby registered AED’s for public use in case of a cardiac emergency. Help save a life by downloading the red PulsePoint App today and receive your hands-only CPR/AED training through Canby Fire.
Visit your app store to download to your device and become part of our Canby chain of survival network today.
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.
For training, visit our training page.
KNOX Box Loaner Program
If you’d like to know more about Knox Boxes or have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow up to 7 business days for a response.
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.
Visit https://www.knoxbox.com/Products and select Canby Fire to order your box today.