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Backyard Burn Season Opens - 10/25/18

Beginning Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, Clackamas Fire District #1, in conjunction with the Oregon Department of Forestry, will lower the fire danger level to moderate and allow the burning of backyard fires. The backyard open burn season will be legal to burn on many rural properties within the county, but is prohibited year-round in city limits.

Backyard open burning is the burning of dried debris, no larger than 10’x10’x10’, and 50 feet from a structure. During the backyard open burn season, typically from Oct. 1 to Dec. 15, residents are asked to call before burning by checking Clackamas Fire’s daily burn status hotline at: 503.632.0211 or visiting the website at:


Fire Safety Demo
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MEDIA OPPORTUNITY: Local Fire Victim Shares Her Story and Thanks First Responders (Photo) - 10/23/18

Media Advisory

During National Fire Safety Month, Clackamas Fire and ADT Team Up to Dramatically Demonstrate How Fire Quickly Spreads in a Home

 Local Fire Victim Shares Her Story and Thanks First Responders

WHAT:  In her Happy Valley home last month, Lisa Macias was alerted to a fire and quickly put it out because she had a monitored smoke detector and a fire extinguisher. On Wednesday, Oct. 24, she will meet Clackamas firefighters and thank them for a job well done. Also, there will be a dramatic, live demonstration showing the importance of early notification of a fire with a smoke alarm and the effectiveness of a residential sprinkler system. This demonstration will show fire simultaneously ignited in two identical rooms…one outfitted with safety devices, the other not protected. Tips will also be shared as part of National Fire Safety Month and ADT will contribute $5,000 to Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation to purchase smoke detectors for those in need.         

WHEN: 11 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018

WHERE: Clackamas Fire Training Center, 15990 SE 130th Ave.

WHO: Lisa Macias, Fire Victim, Happy Valley

Doug Whiteley, Deputy Chief, Clackamas Fire

Joe Longfield, Regional Vice President, ADT                     

DETAILS: According to the U.S. Fire Administration, there have been at least 13 home fire fatalities in Oregon this year.

CONTACT: Lt. Brandon Paxton, Public Information Officer, Clackamas Fire (503) 519-4123

Bob Tucker, ADT Public Relations (561) 289-0436