Effective at 12:01 AM on August 28th, 2016, Oregon Department of Forestry moved to Industrial Fire Precaution Level 3, in accordance with ORS 477.625, ORS 477.670, and OAR 629-043-0070. This order allows limited activities on all lands protected by the Goshen and Pleasant Hill Fire Districts and all forestland within one-eighth mile thereof. This order is aligned with similar orders from Western Lane and East Cascade Districts of ODF.
Due to the weather conditions and foreca
EMERGENCY ORDER Effective immediately and in conjunction with an Oregon Department of Forestry issued closedown order invoking Industrial Fire Precaution Order (IFPL) Level 4, in accordance with ORS 477.625, ORS 477.670 and OAR 629-043-0070; this order states that the following activities are NOT permitted at any time on all lands protected by the Goshen Fire and Pleasant Hill Rural Fire Protection Districts and all forestland within one-eighth mile thereof. This order is ali
Goshen and Pleasant Hill Crews responded as mutual aid to a brush fire on Mount David in Cottage Grove. Two Brush Vehicles with crews were provided to help fight the 2-acre fire which was contained on Tuesday evening. Fire restrictions remain high and the cause of the fire is still under investigation. A big shout out to our VOLUNTEERS for their commitment to keeping our community safe.
From: Goshen Rural Fire Protection District Volunteer Association Facebook Page. A few weeks ago we heard a very sad story about a Eugen boy named Taylor who had his favorite toy, a fire truck pedal car, stolen off of his front porch. We were happy to offer Taylor and his family the opportunity to visit the Goshen Station which we gave a tour and showed them some of our apparatus and equipment. At the end of the visit the Association gave Taylor a new pedal car which we hop
Volunteer Recruitment Opportunity
Firefighter Academy Begins in September
Did you know that your community is protected primarily by Volunteer Firefighters? Volunteer Firefighters make up over 75% of the Nations Firefighting force. We are looking for members of the community who are willing to go above and beyond to help protect their neighbors. All necessary training and equipment will be provided at NO cost.
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The Goshen Rural Fire Protection District has been awarded a 2015 SAFER grant. As a primarily volunteer department, Goshen has worked hard to strengthen their recruiting and retention model, implementing a volunteer shift program, resident responder program and EMS only responder program over the last 10 years. The SAFER Grant is intended to fund volunteer fire departments to help them increase the number of trained, “front line” firefighters available in their communities.