Columbia River fire & Rescue is a combination system. This means we have both volunteer and career personnel providing fire and rescue services for the Citizens of our Fire District. Columbia River Fire & Rescue provides services to over 27,000 citizens in 185 square miles. Seven fire stations are strategically located throughout the combined District. An Administration Office, Joint Maintenance Facility and the Lee Broadbent Training Center are also located within the District.
Columbia River Fire & Rescue needs more volunteer firefighters to help protect our homes, neighborhoods, and communities. As a volunteer firefighter, you'll learn invaluable skills while serving your community and making a positive impact on those around you.
The minimum requirements for becoming a
Columbia River Fire & Rescue Volunteer are:
We appreciate and honor our volunteers every chance we get. Columbia River Fire & Rescue provides our volunteers with:
If you are interested in volunteering and would like more information, please fill out the contact for below or call Jennifer Motherway at (503) 396-1841. We are always accepting applications for volunteers - however for the upcoming academy the deadline is October 31, 2019.