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2014 Annual Banquet Awards 
Rookie of the Year- Matt Steele
Firefighter of the Year- Mike Christensen 
EMT of the Year- Dan Rick 
Outstanding Volunteer- Ernie Stuck
Highest Drill Attendance- Matt McCarl and Haley Klemm
Most Calls- Jeff Holland 
30 Years of Service - Leo Giles 
10 Years of Service - Mike McCombs 


Welcome to Harrisburg Fire/Rescue!
We hope this site will allow you to get a look..........
at who we are and why we do what we do. .


The Harrisburg Fire Department serves an area of approximately 86 square miles. This area stretches from the Harrisburg Bridge to Mt. Tom, and 6 miles both North and South of Harrisburg. Highway 99E,  Interstate 5,  two rail lines, and the Willamette River pass through our District.

The Department responds to over 400 calls each year, and handles situations involving fire protection, vehicle accidents, hazardous materials and more commonly, medical emergencies for the residents in the area in which it serves. Calls range from trash fires to house fires; from simple scratches to massive traumas. Harrisburg Fire also provides medical services for football games and other community events.

But it’s not all business. Harrisburg Fire exists to support its community, and its mission is to do that in as many ways as possible, not just fire and life safety.
We participate in various community programs, including the Fourth of July Breakfast, Parade, and Fireworks show. It’s not uncommon to see fire trucks leading parades for out high school sports teams in celebration of district or state championships. You will see our team in action at various school functions, Including Health Fairs and giving tours of the Fire station.

It is a privilege to serve our community. Our goal is to serve with excellence and pride in as many ways as we can be of benefit to our neighbors.

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Mission Statement
To Provide the highest level of Fire and Life Safety through
Prevention, Education, and Safety. 

Contact Information

Harrisburg Fire & Rescue
500 Smith Street
Harrisburg, OR 97446

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2014 Call Volume
Total 453

2015 Call Volume
January 29
February 35
March 24
April 35
May 47
June 52
July 60
August 55
September 46
October 38
November 19

Total 441


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