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The McKenzie Fire & Rescue Fire District protects 45 miles of Oregon's McKenzie River between Springfield and Blue River. Our crew of over 50 volunteers is proud of our mission: to prevent, protect, and preserve life and property from loss by fire, accident, sudden illness, or disaster in the community; further, to enhance the quality of life and to minimize suffering wherever possible. Learn more


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McKenzie District News

Page Last Updated: September 11, 2014 4:06 PM

August 22 |Hazardous Waste Drop-Off 9/13/14

Bring your hazardous waste to the Leaburg Station on Saturday 9/13/14 between 9am and 2pm for disposal.

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July 1 |New Face at the Fire Station

Please welcome Dulcy Pierce as McKenzie Fire & Rescue's new administrative assistant. Dulcy comes to us from Central Oregon with 15 years of administrative experience. Congratulations, Dulcy, welcome to the family!


May 1 |Barn Fire

On Tuesday, April 29th, at 3:00am, McKenzie Fire & Rescue was dispatched to a fully involved barn fire on Thurston Road. Arriving crews began attacking the fire and protecting nearby structures. Sixteen firefighters responded to the fire using three engines, three water tenders, plus an engine and tender from Eugene/Springfield Fire. No responder or civilian injuries were reported but nearly 400 chickens died. The cause of the fire is still being investigated.


April 1 |Structure Fire (no foolin')

On Monday, March 31, McKenzie Fire and Rescue responded to a structure fire on a detached garage/barn that had already burned through the roof. Responders immediately began extinguishing the fire while protecting the nearby house, vehicles, and camper trailer. Twelve McKenzie firefighters, 5 apparatus, plus 1 mutual aid water tender from Mohawk, were on scene. Eugene/Springfield Fire also provided an engine & medic unit for district coverage during the fire. No lives were lost and no one was injured.

March 17 | Awards Banquet Winners

On Saturday, March 15th, McKenzie Fire held its annual awards banquet. This year's awards winners are:

Rookie of The Year: Ken Lewellen

Officer of The Year: Rusty Flanders

Firefighter of The Year: Dave Breitenstein

Chief's Award Recipient: Will Hansen

Life Member Award: Kim Burwell

Congratulations to Everyone!



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Volunteer Spotlight

This Month's Birthdays:

Clayton Canfield


Corey Stroming


Mike McCall


Roy Perryman


Ken Lewellen


Rainbow Plews

10/1 Jason Smith


This Month's Years of Service Anniversaries:






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A look at the Deception Creek fire taken near the Oakridge airport heli-base by McKenzie Fire Personnel

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