Lane County, Oregon


Various fire protection providers serve Lane County. The cities of
Cottage Grove, Eugene, Florence, Junction City, Springfield, Oakridge and
Westfir provide fire service inside their own city limits. In addition, Eugene
also provides protection for the Eugene Airport (AIR), which is outside of
the city limits. Deadwood (DEA) is a volunteer organization (the service
area may not be accurately depicted.)

Other areas that are classified with no protection may receive limited protection either by Rural Fire Protection Districts (RFPD) or by municiple providers. Many forested areas not covered under Municiple, Rural Fire Protection or Volunteer, receive protection from
the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF). Fire protection on ODF land
in Lane County is divided into two districts, Eastern Lane and Western Lane.AIR: Eugene Airport

DOOPY.JPG (91170 bytes)                    Eugene Fire Department

SNOOPY.JPG (89634 bytes)             Eugene Fire Department                


                                               Key to abbreviations

BAS Bailey-Spencer JCF Junction City Rural RAB Rainbow
BRF Blue River JUN Junction City Municiple RIR River Road
CBF Coburg LCF Lake Creek SCF Santa Clara
COT Cottage Grove LDF Lorane SDF Swisshome-Deadwood
CWF Creswell LRF Lane Rural Fire/Rescue SIF Siuslaw
DEA Deadwood LWF Lowell SOL Southern Lane
DEF Dexter MKF McKenzie SPR Springfield
EUG Eugene MPF Mapleton UMF Upper McKenzie
EU1 Eugene #1 MRF Monroe WLE Willakenzie/Eugene
FLO Florence MVF Mohawk Valley WLS Willakenzie/Springfield
GLW Glenwood OAK Oakridge ZUM Zumwalt
GOF Goshen PHF Pleasant Hill    


Meacham, James E. et. al., Atlas of Lane County, Oregon, Eugene: Lane County, 1990
Oregon State Service Center for GIS (SSCGIS)
, Salem, OR 97310
Lane Council of Governments, 125 E. 8th Ave., Eugene, OR 97401 (541) 682-4283


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