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FireMed protects members from any out of pocket expenses from ambulance services. Learn more

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Fire Danger in City Limits

For more up-to-date information on Fire Danger please visit the Oregon Department of Forestry website HERE

Outdoor Burning

Outdoor burning without a permit is currently prohibited in Lane County.

To report illegal burning please call LRAPA at 541-736-1056

For more information visit the LRAPA website HERE

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Opening for Civil Service Commissioner

South Lane County Fire & Rescue has a position open on the Civil Service Commission.

The district is seeking an individual who has the desire to contribute to ongoing efforts aimed at enhancing and improving Fire Services in the South Lane County community. Interested applicants must be at least 18 years of age, be an elector, or a property owner within the district.

The Civil Service Commission’s primary responsibilities involve overseeing competitive examinations for Firefighters and Fire Officers on an as needed basis. The Civil Service Commission meets quarterly to comply with the provisions of the Oregon Revised Statues.

Interested persons may secure an application from the Business Office Located at 233 E. Harrison Ave. Cottage Grove, OR 97424, by calling the Office at 541-942-4493, or by visiting http://southlanefire.org/join-us/civil-service-commission

All Applications due by June 8, 2016 at 5:00pm.

 

 

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Administration and Headquarters
233 Harrison Ave
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
tel: (541) 942-4493
fax: (541) 942-3367

Business Hours: 8 am to 5 pm Mon-Fri

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