Station Tour - Neahkahnie Headstart

Falcon Fire January 23, 2014
Car fire on N. Carmel St. in Manzanita November 23, 2013

Rehab Training 2015

LPG – Training 2010
Falcon Fire 2014

LPG Training 2015

Motor Vehicle Crash Blackberry Ln. Neahkahnie 2011
Beach Fire spread to four homes in Neahkanie July 8, 2014

Hydrant Testing

Mission Statement

 “To Protect Life and Property For Those That We Serve.”

 Values

 To guide our actions with integrity, courage and personable accountability Treat others with respect Leave things better than we found them Communicate openly and honestly Continually strive for excellence Integrate safety, health and wellness in everything we do Everyone goes home safe

Chief’s Message

Thanks for visiting our website. Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue District strives for excellence in training and service delivery. We understand that when you call 911, you often times are inviting us into your most sacred place, your home, to help you or a family member. We take that very seriously and train our personnel to be professional and competent to handle your incident. Of course none of this could be accomplished without the citizens of our District supporting us through tax dollars and for some, time given. We work hard at providing you excellent emergency services by the most economical means, while making sure our volunteers have the best equipment possible to do their jobs efficiently and safely.

Feel free to contact us with questions, a station tour or just to get to know your local fire district personnel.

 Thank you, 

Perry Sherbaugh Fire Chief

BEACH SAFETY

Spring is upon us and everyone is excited to visit the coast during spring break.  Please take a few moments to review some safety tips so you enjoy your visit and not regret it.  Always read and obey Beach Signs. Always monitor your children.  Do not leave them wade in the ocean without you.  If a wave knocks them down they can be pulled out to sea faster than you can run down the beach to help them. Stay off logs near the surf line.  Although they seem inviting to sit or stand on they’re dangerous.  A log can be moved easily when a wave rolls in and surround them with water.  Many visitors have been seriously injured or even killed after being rolled over by a log. Don’t allow children to dig deep holes into the sand.  Sand is unstable and can collapse quickly burying your child. Never swim alone. Watch out for Rip Currents.  If you get caught in a rip current, don’t try to fight it.  Swim parallel to the beach until you’re out of the rip current and then swim back to shore at an angle away from the rip current.  Check out this video on Rip Currents Never build a fire in the beach grass or next to logs.  Fires have to be 50′ from the vegetation line. Always extinguish fires with water before leaving.  Do not bury them with sand.... read more

9 Volt Battery Fire Hazard

A 9 volt battery is a fire hazard because the positive and negative posts are on top, right next to one another. If the ends come in contact with anything metal i.e. aluminum foil, steel wool, paper clip, other batteries, etc. this will create the object to heat up and ignite a fire.  To store, keep in original packaging or keep ends covered. For disposal, make sure that the positive and negative posts are safely wrapped in electrical... read more

Current Burn Restrictions

OPEN BURNING AND BURN BARRELS ARE PROHIBITED.

Become a Volunteer

Volunteering as a firefighter is a good way to give back to your community, provide a needed service and help open doors for possible employment. Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue District relies heavily on a strong volunteer force to provide fire, medical and rescue services to our community. As a Volunteer there are many aspects of firefighting, emergency medical care, and technical rescue which you may be part of. Find out more. Click Here