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North Lincoln Fire & Rescue District #1 is committed to providing

quality emergency services through the efforts of its dedicated personnel.

Are you looking for a way to serve your community?
Have you ever thought of becoming a Volunteer Firefighter?

North Lincoln Fire & Rescue Volunteers are the best!
Become a Volunteer Firefighter, EMS Responder, or Support Services!


Station 1400 @ 2525 NW Hwy 101

Station 1600 @ 4520 SE Hwy 101



We are now accepting Volunteer Applications
for the Firefighter Academy which begins in February 2018.

You can pick up an application at the following locations:
2525 NW Hwy 101 - Lincoln City (541-994-3100)
4520 SE Hwy 101 - Lincoln City (541-996-2233)

Click on the "Volunteer" tab above to watch a short video
and print an application.

Thank You Voters!
A huge THANK Y0U goes out to all the voters who voted to pass Measure 21-181!  North Lincoln Fire & Rescue can now move forward in the process of hiring Firefighters, continue with our Volunteer Programs, and fund general operations of the District.
A w a r d s    B a n q u e t
The annual Awards Banquet was held on March 11, 2017 for 2016 recognitions.  It was well attended and everyone had a great time as awards and recognitions were presented.  The staff at Chinook Winds did an outstanding job preparing the ballroom for our event and the food was excellent, as it always has been in the past.  Thank you, Chinook Winds, for your part in making our event such a success.  Thank you to the NLFR staff and volunteers who assisted before and during the banquet.  Thank you to all who attended! 

Recent Firefighter Academy Graduates received their Firefighter Badges:  Connor Anderson, Jerry Sneed, Candice Dickson, Joseph Waialeale, Samantha Konecny, Lexxie Lopez, and Shanna Cox (Shanna not able to attend).

Firefighter Brian Nordyke and Firefighter Phil Rilatos presented Chief Don Baker with a "little" recognition of his years as Fire Chief for the District.  It was a very unique retirement award.

Years of Service Awards
5 Years:  Cheri McPherson
10 Years:  Cory Seeto / George Blackeeter
20 Years: Dave Clark /Jim Kusz
25 Years: Dave McKee

Top Responders
Station 1200 - Al Longworth  / Station 1300 - George Blacketer
Station 1400 - Dennis Knudson  / Station 1500 - Doug Strange
Station 1600 - Chane Cisneros  / Station 1700 - Ken Brown

Support Services Award: Cheri McPherson

Maintenance Award - Captain Al Longworth
Health & Safety Award - Lois Smith
Rookie of the Year - Firefighter Cody Peterson
Chiefs' Award - Chaplain Pauline Morrison
Officer of the Year - Lieutenant David Bickerdyke
Rescuer of the Year - Lieutenant Loren Nordyke
Firefighter of the Year - Firefighter Eric Maestas

Community Service Awards were presented in Recognition of Outstanding Service
 to North Lincoln Fire & Rescue during 2016 to the following:

Depoe Bay Rural Fire Protection District
Nestucca Rural Fire Protection District
Lincoln City Towing