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Hoodland Fire District #74

Contains: Photo of Engine 354, Engine 352, and Engine 353.
Hoodland Fire Engines 354, 352, and 353.  

 

Contains: Map of Oregon with Clackamas County Highlighted in Red.
Clackamas County, Oregon

Hoodland Fire District #74 is 35 miles east of Portland, Oregon along historic Highway 26, in East Clackamas County.   The Fire District was established as a special district by Clackamas County Commissioners in September 19th, 1966,  Hoodland Fire District provides quality fire, rescue and advanced life support emergency medical services in a 45 square mile district between Sandy and Mt Hood. 

Contains: Map of Clackamas County Fire with the fire districts outlined.  Hoodland Fire District #74 (outlined in red) is the easternmost fire district in Clackamas County.  Our response area. is approximately 45-square-miles and runs Highway 26 from near mile post 32, east of Baty Road, to near Mile Post 57, east of Snow Bunny.
Hoodland Fire District #74 (outlined in red) is the easternmost fire district in Clackamas County.  Our response area. is approximately 45-square-miles and runs Highway 26 from near mile post 32, east of Baty Road, to near Mile Post 57, east of Snow Bunny.

 

As of the 2010 U.S. Census, there were approximately 6,000 full-time residents in the area served by the Hoodland Fire District.
As of the 2010 U.S. Census, there were approximately 6,000 full-time residents in the area served by the Hoodland Fire District.

 

The Fire District is overseen by a Board of Directors that consists of five publicly elected residents or property owners.  Our Board Members serve four-year, staggered terms. The Board establishes fire district policy through the passage of resolutions and ordinances.  The Board also adopts the fire district budget and approves appropriations and levies taxes.

Lead by Chief John Ingrao, the Fire District is staffed by a combination of 10 career and 30 volunteer personnel.  We proudly protect the rural communities of Marmot, Cherryville, Brightwood, Wemme, Welches, Zig Zag, Rhododendron and Government Camp from our 3 fire stations.  Last year, we responded to just over 1000 emergency calls for assistance from our 6000 full time and up to 15,000 seasonal residents.

 

May contain: helicopter, aircraft, transportation, vehicle, and truck
Engine - 351 providing a safe landing zone for Life Flight - 7 at Welches Middle School.

 

HFD is the first responder for structural/wildland/vehicle fires, vehicle accidents, hazardous materials and medical emergencies in its service area.   The Fire District does not currently transport patients to the hospital.  Ground ambulance services are provided by American Medical Response.  Air Ambulance Services are provided by Life Flight Network

 Our motto:  Duty - Honor - Community