Our mission is to provide the highest-quality, cost-effective fire and emergency services to all District residents. These services shall be provided equally throughout the District and at the behest of the District’s citizens. We shall uphold the standards in conduct that reflect the values of the Lookingglass community. We shall maintain accurate and complete records and strive for transparency and honesty in each endeavor.
This page is an overview of our Fire District and Fire Department. It also includes fire alerts and other useful safety information related to fire, home, and travel.
Board members serve as unpaid, volunteer, public officials.
The public is welcome to attend the meeting using this Zoom link. Downloading and installing a program may be required before the start of the meeting.
Agenda items include: monthly financial, communications, and Chief’s reports; Board Elections and Budget Committee updates; next meeting schedule. Reports for the meeting will be available either through the Zoom teleconference or from the Directors page of the District website.
Lookingglass Rural Fire District is looking for new volunteers. Do you have what it takes?
Learn more about our volunteers on their web page.
For more information, visit the DFPA website.
- Burning the following materials is illegal any time, anywhere in Oregon:
- Asphalt or industrial waste
- Automotive parts (including frames)
- Dead animals
- Plastic and rubber products
- Waste oil, petroleum treated and related materials
- Wet garbage and food waste
- Any material creating dense smoke or noxious odors
- The Oregon State University Extension’s Forestry & Natural Resources Fire Program Team is offering a series of webinar sessions and online local meetings that will address preparedness at three levels:
What you can do now to get yourself, your family, and your home ready
How you can be a part of promoting a wildfire safe community
How you can live and thrive in a fire-adapted environment
The first session begins March 17, 12:00-1:00 PM, with “It takes a village.”
More information is available from the National Weather Service.
Fire & Air Quality Map