About Fire & Safety
Fire & Safety is a full time employee fire department responsible for responding to emergencies and fire prevention, as well as educating the public through various types of classes. There are three fully manned duty stations at different areas of the Reservation, with the main station in Warm Springs. Fire & Safety also has a volunteer program.
Educating community members is the best way to either prevent an emergency from happening or to best prepare for one. Fire & Safety offers a number of public classes including:
- Heartsaver CPR/First Aid – $40
- Pediatric Heartsaver/First Aid – $445
- Healthcare Provider CPR – $45
- Bloodborne pathogens – $15
- Fire Extinguisher – $15
Warm Springs Fire & Safety’s primary goal as a fire department is to protect life and property within the boundaries of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
Fire & Safety respond 24 hours, 7 days a week to all emergency calls, which include fire, medical, and search and rescue.
Commonly Asked Questions
Where do I get a burn permit? Contact the Fire Management Office at 541-553-1146.
What if nobody is at the fire station and I need help? Call 911.
Do I have to stop by Fire & Safety prior to visiting the hospital emergency room? No.
How do I volunteer? Possess a valid drivers license, pass criminal background check, First Aid and CPR, have a physical or economic tie to the Warm Springs Reservation.