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Seaside Sends Crew To California

October 27, 2019

NEWS RELEASE: Seaside Fire and Rescue sends 3 personnel to help fight fire in California.

Seaside, Ore. – October 27, 2019 – Early Sunday Morning Seaside Fire and Rescue sent a Type 6 Engine to join Columbia County Strike Team # 4, along with 14 other strike teams, and nearly 300 personnel from the Oregon fire service, are deploying to assist with the response to California wildfires. California made the request through a state-to-state mutual aid system. Teams will be gathering later today at a staging site in Northern California. 

NEWS RELEASE:  Seaside, OR. At approximately 8:34 p.m. on March 28, Seaside Fire & Rescue responded to a fire at The Laundry Mat, located at 1223 S. Roosevelt in Seaside. Patrons were inside the business at the time the fire started but were able to quickly evacuate the building without injury.Read More

EPA Supports Seaside Fire and Rescue

NEWS RELEASE:  Seaside, OR. At approximate 8:30 pm on Saturday, February 3, Seaside Fire and Rescue responded to a call in the area of Avenue K and S. Jackson Street in Seaside after a report of a strong chemical smell coming from inside the residence.Read More

Seaside Fire & Rescue Chooses New Aerial Apparatus

NEWS RELEASE:  Our aerial ladder truck committee spent the last 5 years researching information and planning for the purchase of our next ladder truck to better serve the citizens and visitors to the City of Seaside.  Our current ladder truck is 20 years old and has served us well but is in need of replacement because of age, growing repair costs and to continue the home owner’s insurance level 3 rating.  Read More

Copy Of -No Current Burn Restrictions

October 11, 2017

NEWS RELEASE: Fire season officially ends, permits still required for burn barrels and piles in Seaside Fire Protection areas

Seaside, Ore. – October 11, 2017 – The Oregon Department of Forestry, Astoria District announced today that the 2017 Fire Season has officially ended. With the end of fire season, logging operations are no longer subject to fire protection laws, such as maintaining fire equipment at logging sites. This area includes all state, private and BLM forest lands in the Northwest Oregon Area, which includes the Astoria, Tillamook and Forest Grove Districts of the Oregon Department of Forestry.

Please note, for those residing in the City of Seaside and the Seaside Rural Fire Protection District, burning of yard debris is now allowed by use of burn barrels or burn piles from sunrise until sunset. Permits must be obtained by contacting Seaside Fire and Rescue at (503) 738-5420 or visiting the office during regular business hours. If you obtained a permit dated for 2017, it is good through the end of the calendar year.

Clatsop County Strike Team

October 11, 2017

NEWS RELEASE: Seaside Fire and Rescue sends 5 personnel to help fight fire near Santa Rosa California.

Seaside, Ore. – October 11, 2017 – Early Wednesday Clatsop County mobilized a Strike Team of type 6 Brush Rigs and departed for Northern California to help with the complex fires burning near Santa Rosa California.

Regular Fire Season

August 10, 2017

Seaside, Ore. –  Regular Fire Season is back in effect. 

With the threat of dangerous fire weather subsiding we are reverting to normal fire season restrictions. Burn barrels are once again allowed from Sunrise to 10am with a valid permit. Recreational fires are still allowed as long as you follow the stipulations.Open debris burning is still banned. 

2017 Fire Season Flyer 

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