- Purchased new hose and nozzles for service
- Purchased new stretcher units for medics
- Purchased one new command vehicle
- 50-year lease on land has been secured for Station 363 (Northside)
- Mobile home purchased for temporary housing at Station 361 (Main) until remodel completion
- Thermal imaging cameras purchased and put in service
- Upgrade Station 365 (substation) on HWY 170 (painting and roof redone – see below)
- Purchased a used ladder truck from Gladstone Fire and put into service 1.22.21
- Make repairs and improvements to Station 361 (Main)
- Purchase a medic unit (COVID funding)
- Create a Northside medic response station (per voter request – completed July 2022)
Future Anticipated Projects
- Purchase a type 1/3 heavy brush unit (2021 purchase. Delivery pending)
- Purchase a water tender (2021 purchase. Delivery pending)
Land for the Northside medic response station has been acquired through a lease with the City of Canby. This lease will be for 50 years and will cost just $1.00/ year. Preparation for housing is complete, with Canby Utility, City of Canby, Emerick Construction, Canby Excavating, and various other business’ involvement. Trees were cleared by the City and a prefabricated building kit was delivered. Permits were acquired and as of November 10, 2021, construction/land prep had begun! The foundation was poured and the building kit was put together. The open house for this station was held on July 2, 2022 and staffing of the station began shortly after.
Visit the Station 363 page for construction pictures.
Phase 1 of the ST361 remodel included the office/administrative side of the station and most of the training room. More office space was added to accommodate more personnel in the future. Crews, staff, and volunteers worked very hard to move offices into the temporary modular home that was located in the upper parking lot as well as move non-essential items to storage.
Phase 2 of the ST361 remodel included the crew/living side of the station. More sleeping bunks have been added to accommodate more personnel in the future. Crews, staff, and volunteers worked very hard to coordinate this transition out of the station into the temporary modular home and then back into the newly-remodeled station.
Visit the Station 361 page for more information and pictures.