Our new Engines...

Our new engines at the factory getting their final inspection by Chief Olsen, Lieutenant Weaver and AIC Cashwell. Thank you to our constituents for supporting the District with your bond vote, allowing us to update our equipment. Our volunteers will now be safer when responding to help those in our community.

Building moved to rodeo grounds

The Cloverdale fire department donated a building that was moved to Sisters Rodeo Grounds on Sunday. Sunday morning, a moving crew hauled a 2,400-square-foot structure from Cloverdale Road up Highway 20 to the Sisters Rodeo Grounds.The Cloverdale Rural Fire Protection District donated the now-surplus fire station structure to the Sisters Rodeo Association, which will use the building for storage for the time being, according to Rodeo Association President Glenn Miller.This re-purposing of the building will save the Cloverdale Fire District the cost of demolition and debris removal prior to construction of a new fire station building.The rodeo offered a statement on the donation: "With a litt

Cloverdale volunteers prepare for big move

4/12/2016 4:47:00 PM Cloverdale volunteers prepare for big move + click to enlarge Volunteers dismantle shelving at the old Cloverdale fire house.photo provided Volunteers have been moving equipment out of theCloverdale Road fire station in preparation for the start of construction of a new fire station apparatus building. Financed by bond funding, the new building will allow for a larger training room, and the ability to park all trucks side-by-side behind individual doors. This will allow for a faster response by the water tenders, which have been parked behind other apparatus in the old building for years. It also creates a safer environment for firefighters. The new building will sp

Three injured in Highway 126 crash

Three injured in Highway 126 crash A 22-year-old Corvallis man was critically injured in a major wreck on Highway 126 east of Sisters Tuesday afternoon. According to Oregon State Police, troopers and emergency personnel responded on April 5, at about 5:21 p.m., to the report of a multiple vehicle crash on Highway 126 near milepost 98 at the intersection of Holmes/Fryrear Road). Preliminary investigation revealed that a 1998 Ford Escort sedan was traveling southbound on Holmes Road when it failed to obey the stop sign at the intersection with Highway 126. As the Ford attempted to cross Highway 126 to Fryrear Road, it was struck in the driver's side by a westbound 2015 Toyota 4runner.

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