Ontario Fire Department
City Hall, 444 SW 4th Street, Ontario, OR 97914
Department Mission Statement:
The Ontario Fire Department provides emergency response to medical, fire, hazardous material, and specialized rescue response twenty four hours a day seven days a week, for our citizens within our immediate response area. We also provide the same services, per mutual aid agreement, to several outlying cities and fire districts. Fire prevention becomes a key goal within our community; from the fire safety talks, to fire inspections within businesses, and residential installation of smoke detectors.
Ontario Fire & Rescue protects over 18,000 people living in the Treasure Valley, with over 100 square miles of coverage. The department consists of 9 paid professionals on staff, 29 volunteer professionals (on-call non-career firefighters) and one full-time Admin Assistant, for a total of 40 personnel. The department has 12 emergency vehicles including a 110' aerial and a haz-mat unit.
Ontario Fire and Rescue is currently accepting applications for On-Call Non-Career Firefighters. Click HERE for the application and job announcement located on the City of Ontario's Human Resource site. Being a volunteer firefighter might be the most rewarding job you could ever have!!
The Ontario Fire & Rescue Department shall provide the citizens of Ontario with a progressive and the best economically possible life safety, property and environmental protection and assistance from emergencies caused by fires, explosions, accidents, illness, hazardous materials and storms.
Fire Chief's Message State of Oregon Fire Marshal's Office
City Burn Permits FEMA
Rural Burn Permits
Smoke Detector Program
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