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FAQ - Fire
Fire Rescue

Q: How many fire stations are there in Ashland

A: 

There are two fire stations in Ashland.  Fire Station 1 is located at 455 Siskiyou Boulevard and Fire Station 2 is located at 1860 Ashland Street.



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Q: Which fire station responds to my house or office?

A: 

The typical response between Ashland's two fire stations is divided by East and West of Mountain Avenue.  Fire Station 1 responds West of Mountain, and Fire Station 2 responds East of Mountain.

For response information regarding your particular address please call Ashland Fire & Rescue's business office at 541-482-2770



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Q: Am I eligible for a wildfire safety grant?

A: See www.ashland.or.us/grants for more information about recent wildfire safety grant funding.


For more information, contact  or call 541-552-2231.


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Q: What hours does Ashland Fire & Rescue operate?

A: Ashland Fire & Rescue's business office is open Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM except for legal holidays.  Firefighters staff both fire stations 24 hours a day, seven days a week for emergency response.


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Q: How do I find the phone number of the Fire Districts in our area?

A: All local Fire Districts are listed in the white pages under "Fire Departments" and their email addresses are available via their web sites included in on our links page.


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