Prevent. Protect. Preserve.
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: December 17, 2014 9:49 AM
October 31 |Happy Halloween!
McKenzie Fire & Rescue would like to wish everyone a safe Halloween.
October 9 |Halloween Fire Safety
Halloween can be a fun, and spooky, time of year for kids. Make trick-or-treat safe for your little monsters with a few easy safety tips. Click here for the full article.
September 25 |Survivor Says Thank You
On Wednesday, September 24th, cardiac arrest survivor Paul Roche visited McKenzie Fire & Rescue responders to thank them for saving his life. Kezi covered this story, see the video here.
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!
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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Photo of the Unspecified Amount of Time
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A recent cardiac arrest survivor poses with the crew and 911 operator who worked to save him.