CPR – AED – Stop The Bleed

Training Opportunities

Our CPR/AED classes are taught by a certified instructor and cost $45.00/person. Payment must be received 14 days prior to the class date and may only be paid using exact cash or check. Businesses may request an invoice in advance. NO CREDIT CARDS CAN BE ACCEPTED.

If you are interested in attending a class, please email your name, phone number, number of interested people, and any questions you may have to learncpr@canbyfire.org. Your name will be placed on a waiting list until a minimum of 6 people have RSVP’d. You may also use our contact form in our Contact Us page.

Stop the Bleed training is available upon request.

If you don’t need certification and just want a quick lesson on CPR or basic first aid, stop by Canby Fire during the normal business hours of 8am – 4pm M-F. This lesson is not a full class and is not associated with certification.

Citizen CPR Foundation

Canby Fire wants our community to stay safe at all times. Give us a call if you’d like to be properly trained on how to use a fire extinguisher! We recommend ABC extinguishers, which means they cover all types of flammables, including oil/grease, electrical, and wood. Extinguishers meeting these specifications can be found at most local retailers. Canby Fire recommends you have a fire extinguisher located in your kitchen, garage, RV’s, boats, and on each level of your house for easy access in case of an emergency.

Extinguishers may be recycled if you completely empty its contents first.


The PulsePoint app notifies users of cardiac arrest within ___ mile of your current location. Users are notified with the hopes that they are trained in hands-only CPR and 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.

Public Alerting

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)
  • Email
  • TTY/TDD Devices

Enroll HERE today!

Texting 9-1-1

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