Ashland, Oregon 97520
Phone: (541) 482-2770
Fax: (541) 488-5318
Contact: Kimberley Summers
What hours does Ashland Fire & Rescue operate?
What is Firewise?
Am I eligible for a wildfire safety grant?
When building an addition, where does a fuels reduction assessment need to be done?
How will the Wildfie Hazard Zone expansion affect homeowners?
How will this affect me as a new WHZ landowner?
How do I know if I have class A, B or C roofing?
Will the WHZ increase my insurance?
How will this affect my landscaping?
Is there a minimum change in structure square footage that requires a change to flammable landscaping?
Will there be funds to help landowners with the cost of landscaping/roof replacement?
When do you see the WHZ expansion being approved, and what is the next step?
Is there a list of landscapers experienced in Firewise landscaping?
Where can I find fire-resistant landscaping?
Fireworks are dangerous, what are Ashland’s rules on the use of fireworks in the city?
How do I find the phone number of the Fire Districts in our area?
If an addition is created, does that mean all landscaping needs to be replaced?
How many fire stations are there in Ashland
Will the WHZ increase my taxes?
What is CERT
How do I become a member of CERT?
Which fire station responds to my house or office?
What are the benefits of expanding the WHZ?
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Saturday, November 1, 2014
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Ashland Fire and Rescue provides 24 hour service and responds to over 3,000 calls a year in an area that exceeds 650 square miles.
The department enjoys a rich and eventful history that spans Ashland's early period through today. A rich heritage, and a strong commitment to service heartens the department's desire to adopt new and innovative methods to reduce injury and suffering among city residents during emergencies.
In the event of an emergency up-to-date information will be provided for the public in one or more of the following ways depending on the situation at hand.
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