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55 SW Ash Street, Portland, OR 97204
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Multnomah County Fire Departments/Districts issue summer burn ban
MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OR. – Multnomah Fire Defense Board Chief Scott Lewis has issued an outdoor burn ban effective Tuesday, August 1, 2017, in all areas of Multnomah County.
The burn ban has been issued due to forecasted high temperatures, limited rainfall and ongoing dry conditions.
The burn ban includes recreational campfires, fire pits, yard debris, agricultural burning and permits issued for open burning until further notice. Check with your local Fire Department/District for more information. For updated information please call the burning information line at:
--503-618-3083 for Gresham, Troutdale, Wood Village, Fairview, Fire District 10
--503-695-2225 for Corbett Fire District 14
--503-621-1242 for Sauvie Island District 30
--503-823-3700 for Portland Fire & Rescue general information
Outdoor barbecuing is still allowed; however, citizens should exercise extreme caution. When using charcoal briquettes please properly dispose of ashes in a covered metal container away from combustibles, and keep the ashes wet for a few days before properly disposing of them. Maintain at least ten feet between outdoor cooking and anything combustible such as siding, fences, shrubbery, etc.
Smokers are reminded to ensure their cigarettes are truly out and placed in proper receptacles.
Those living in rural areas are asked to maintain their defensible space by monitoring growth surrounding homes and structures, and to maintain adequate access for firefighting equipment.
In this issue: The Fire & Life Safety Plans Review team at BDS moved their completion rate from 20% to 90%: Find out how they did it!
The June 2017 edition of Cogglevation is here! In this issue: a cardiac save patient visits the crew that responded when he collapsed and shows how PF&R’s evolving STEMI program is saving lives.
The event was held Monday, June 12 at legacy Emanuel Hospital
Medal of Honor: Casey Baker Jr.
Medal of Honor: Dale Wood
Mission Lifeline EMS Presented to PF&R & AMR by the
Silver Award American Heart Association
Firefighter of the Year: Firefighter Cody Trestrail presented by
Local 43 Vice President Kyle MacLowery
Letter of Commendation: Driver of the Year David Rychlick presented by
Local 43 Vice President Kyle MacLowery
Fire Chief’s Certificate: Jeff Wiggin, Joel Krivesha
Fire Chief’s Certificate: Officer Mary Toops, Officer Angela Kays
Fire Chief’s Certificate: Bill Fisher
Certificate of Merit: Neal Winter, Donny Lamance, Pam Hester,
Jesse Kane, John Robinson
Certificate of Merit: Daniel Steinberg
Letter of Recognition: BOEC Staff
Letter of Recognition: NW Natural Staff
Letter of Recognition: Officer Christopher Kulp, Officer Larry MacNabb
Unit Commendation: BC Jamie Klum, BC Scott Beyers
T3-Lieutenant David Woodhouse; Firefighters
Gordon Houston, Brad Martin, Matthew Watts
E3-Lieutenant Peter St. John; Firefighters
Bret Kimple, Erik Kent, Jason Williams
E15-Lieutenant John Hull; Firefigthters
Condrew Allen, Brian Dundon, Taylor Sluman
E6-Lieutenant Jeffrey Welle; Pilots Mark Lamb,
Bruce Linson; Firefighter Misaki Hisamoto
Letter of Recognition: Ben Schwartzman, John Miley
Letter of Recognition: TVF&R PIOs-Stevan Myers, Cassandra Ulven
Letter of Recognition: Red Cross Staff
Letter of Recognition: Legacy Emanuel Staff
Letter of Commendation: AFM Gary Boyles, Investigators Nicole Brewer,
Rick McGraw, Fabian Jackson, Jason Andersen
Certificate of Achievement: Detective Joe Luiz
Letter of Commendation: Lt. Peter St. John
Silver Medal of Valor: Firefighter Bret Kimple
The May 2017 edition of Cogglevation is here! In this issue: PF&R's Cancer Reduction Plan and information about the Zero is Our Hero campaign.