The Nestucca Rural Fire Protection District provides fire suppression, emergency medical service and public education to approximately 5,000 full time residents and untold thousands of visitors to the Oregon Coast each year. We respond to an average of 600 calls for service each year from six stations located in Pacific City (Station 82), Beaver Station 83), Neskowin (Station 84), Sandlake (Station 85), Blaine (Station 86) and Hebo (Station 87). Although our district boundaries cover approximately 125 square miles, we respond to incidents in unprotected areas covering over 200 square miles including Oregon Department of Forestry land and the US Forest lands.

August 31, 2015:

  Campfires are allowed

but all other out door burning is still under a burn ban

until further notice

Kris K Weiland, Fire Chief,Nestucca Fire & Rescue


including beach fire and private fire pits until further notice.

This notice is from Oregon Department of Forestry.

 BURN BAN  AUGUST 19, 2015   

Because of the significant fire activity across the State of Oregon, the Board of County Commissioners acting in concert with other public agencies, are banning all campfires and open flames in properties owned and managed by the Tillamook County Parks Department.  This restriction will go into effect August 19, 2015.  
This ban includes but is not limited to fire pits, tiki torches, and candles.  The use of propane stoves and/or charcoal briquettes for cooking may be allowed, but are subject to local fire restrictions. 
This ban will remain in effect for at least one week and will be re-evaluated based on fire status, weather, and guidance from state and local fire officials.   
The purpose of this restriction is to avoid any accidental fire starts on Tillamook County Park property.  While not all locations may be currently under local fire restrictions, most communities have provided resources to assist State and Federal fire-fighting efforts.  An unintentional fire in a Tillamook County Park site would add a burden on those already taxed resources.  
Parks staff will be working with our patrons and visitors to help educate them on the  risk and reason for such a change at this time.   
The Board of Commissioners hereby bans all campfires and open flames in properties owned and managed by the Tillamook County Parks Department





We need your help in providing fire protection to our communities. The Fire District will provide you training, equipment and the chance to help your neighbors.


The Nestucca Rural Fire Protection District is currently accepting applications for the position of Resident Volunteer.

The Nestucca Rural Fire Protection District operates out of six stations with residents in three of them with a forth station to be added. We run a wide variety of calls averaging 650 per year.

These are full time resident positions with the station being their primary residence. They will be assigned a 24 hour shift every third day.

The positions are designed for individuals that want a career in the fire service. We offer tuition assistance for Tillamook Bay Community College for Fire Science and EMS training.

If you are interested please contact Division Chief of Training James Oeder at 503-812-2422 or

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