Mission Statement

To Provide Fire and Life Safety Services to the Community We Protect. The District will strive to accomplish its mission through the delivery of high quality prevention, suppression, and emergency medical services. Those services shall be provided in a timely manner with qualified personnel who are well trained, adequately equipped, and highly motivated. Burn Permits are required for all outdoor burning. You can get your *Click here to get the latest BURN PERMIT (.PDF), or stop by the fire station to pick one up. Be Safe in 2014: Make this the year you check your smoke detectors, have an evacuation plan for your family and make sure your house is safe from fires. For more information, check out our Fire Prevention pages. We invite you to browse through our website for additional information and to bookmark this site for easy return. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have on fire safety. And, if you'd like, you may make a donation to help us with training, equipment and other necessities by visiting our Make a Donation page. Thank you for visiting!
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Molalla Rural Fire Protection District #73
Molalla Fire
2013 Call Volume January - 186 February - 178 March - 167 April - 184 May - 171 June - 179 July - 168 August - 200 September - 197 October - 172 November - 189 December - 202 YTD Total: 2193 318 Fires 1,553 Medcial calls 84 Public assists 74 Mutual Aids 164 Motor Vehicle Crashes 2012 Total Calls: 2195
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! We will be starting a volunteer academy this January.  Stop by the fire hall, call 829-2200 or email for more information.