| City of Stayton|
The official site of the City of Stayton, Gateway to the Santiam Canyon
| City of Sublimity|
The City of Sublimity is a rural, residential community located on the western low foothills of the Oregon Cascades about 15 miles southeast of Salem.
| Healthy Forests and Rangelands|
A cooperative effort between the United States Department of the Interior (DOI), the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and their land management agencies.
| Know Your Forest|
This website is built specifically for small forest landowners of Oregon. It was created by the Partnership for Forestry Education, a collaboration of state, federal and private organizations, to make the management of your forestland easier and more effective.
| Linn County, Oregon|
Linn County is dedicated to serving the needs of the public.
| Local Emergency Alert System|
Update your numbers or signup for Everbridge to be notified about local emergency alerts and other important community news. Sign in to update your alerts or click signup at the bottom to signup.
| Marion County Recycling and Disposal Guide|
You can search for directions on how to recycle and/or dispose of an item or substance or pick from a list.
| Marion County, Oregon|
The Marion County, Oregon web site. Located south of the Portland metropolitan area.
| North Santiam School District|
Preparing all students for continuing education, work and citizenship.
| Oregon Forests|
Home of Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI) which was created to enhance collaboration among forest scientists, public agencies, community organizations, conservation groups and forest landowners; to provide objective information about responsible forest management; and to encourage environmentally sound forest practices through training and other educational programs
| Regis High School|
Welcome to the online portal of news and happenings with Stayton, Oregon’s Regis High School
| Saint Mary Catholic School|
Faith, Learning and Service since 1929
| Santiam Memorial Hospital|
Your Partner in Good Health
| Stayton Events|
Your Guide to Stayton Area Happenings
| Stayton Lions Club|
Stayton Lions Club is a service organization and has been a chartered member of Lions Clubs International and serving the community since September 1st, 1938.
| Stayton Sublimity Chamber of Commerce|
Get Connected, Get Promoted, Be Informed, Get involved
| US Flag Etiquette|
Link to proper flag etiquette
| USA.gov |
USA Government Made Easy
| Marion County COVID-19 Status|
Marion County COVID-19 Statistics
| Oregon COVID-19 Resources|
What is allowed, links to executive orders, and resources to answer questions
| Daily Dispatch|
Daily fire service news tailored to each state.
| Department of Public Safety Standards and Training|
Department of Public Safety Standards and Training
| Federal Emergency Management Agency|
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Providing Daily Updates in News - Products and events throughout the country.
| InciWeb: National Incidents|
Information about national wildland fires.
| Just In Time Disaster Training|
The purpose of this free on-line library is to provide a single, easy to search source in which individuals, agencies and organizations can access Just In Time Disaster Training Videos.
| Marion Co.Emergency Management|
Marion County emergency information including river levels, road closures and weather.
| METCOM 911|
Our dispatch agency.
| National Interagency Fire Center|
Regional up-to-date information on wildfires, wildfire prevention and fire statistics.
| NIMS - Independent Study Program|
Academy students need to complete and show proof of passing all 3 of the following: IS-700.a National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) an introduction, IS-100.b (ICS 100) Introduction to Incident Command System, and IS-200.b (ICS 200) ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents.
| Northwest Interagency Coordination Center|
Interagency resource coordination, logistics support, aviation support and predictive services for all state and federal agencies involved in wildland fire management and suppression in the region.
| Oregon Department of Forestry|
Forest Fire: prevention, current fires, restrictions, closures, and other information from Oregon Department of Forestry.
| Oregon DHS - Emergency Medical Services & Trauma Systems|
The Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Systems Program develops and regulates systems that provide quality emergency care to victims of sudden illness or traumatic injury. This ensures that responders are fully trained, that emergency medical vehicles are properly equipped, and emergency medical systems are functioning efficiently and effectively.
| Statter 911|
Fire and EMS news from the National Capital area, around the country and around the world. It is written by former television and radio reporter Dave Statter
| Stayton Fire District Twitter|
Follow Stayton Fire District on Twitter.
Fire & Life Safety
| Aging and Disability Resource Connection of Oregon|
Get connected to local information and services for seniors and people with disabilities.
| AirNow Smoke and Fire Map|
EPA and US Forest Service site that provides near-and real-time information to enhance awareness of air quality hazards from wildfire smoke.
| Car Seat - Child Passenger Safety|
Oregon Impact Website has resources and a list of Car Seat Check Events. Scroll down to see all the resources and links to laws, recalls, flyers, and low-income programs for car seats.
| Cascadia 9.0 Earthquake Preparedness Game|
Cascadia 9.0 is designed to make earthquake preparation more enjoyable. The game's name comes from the Cascadia Subduction Zone, a 600-mile fault off the Pacific coastline.
| Close Your Door|
UL’s Firefighter Safety Research Institute (FSRI) found that a simple behavioral change, closing your bedroom door, could have a potentially life-saving impact. Learn more and take the pledge.
| Consumer Product Safety Commission|
Consumer Product Recalls - notices and reporting.
| Cooking Fire Safety|
Cooking remains a leading cause of residential fires and fire casualties. Learn how to prevent a cooking fire in your home and how to keep members of your household safe in case of fire.
| Current Fire Conditions - Keep Oregon Green|
Can you have a campfire? Link to public fire restriction map.
| DEQ Can I Burn Mapping Tool|
A map-based tool to help people better understand outdoor burning restrictions in Oregon! The new tool and information about burning across the state can be found on DEQ’s Open and Outdoor Burning web page
Provides relief point for disaster survivors to access and apply for assistance.
| Emergency Preparedness|
Oregon Individual Disaster Preparedness from Oregon Emergency Management.
| Evacuation Readiness|
Oregon follows a 3 Level evacuation notification system, each structured around the readiness need and threat level. It is important to know the current levels and what they mean to help make the best decision to stay safe. If you feel unsafe, do not wait for a notification, knock at the door or alert – evacuate!
| Fire Adapted Communities|
This website offers information and specific actions you can take, no matter what your role, to reduce your risk to the next wildfire.
| Fire Safety Quiz/Games|
The Minnesota State Fire Marshal Division has created an on-line fire safety game that can be used educating the public about fire safety.
| Fire Science and Safety Education|
THE COLLEGE STUDENT’S GUIDE TO FIRE SAFETY AND EDUCATION
| Fire Sprinkler Coalition Facebook - Oregon|
Learn about residential fire sprinklers and why you should think about putting them in your next new home.
| Fire Sprinkler Initiative|
NFPA's Fire Sprinkler Initiative - Bringing Fire Safety Home
| Fire-Resistant Landscape Plants for the Willamette Valley|
Discover landscape plants that are key to a fire-resistant landscape for the Willamette Valley of Oregon. Browse through Perennials, Groundcovers, Vines, Shrubs, and Trees. Almost 200 plants are cataloged with photo, description, and visual key. Get the app or view the PDF.
| Firewise Communities|
A multi-agency effort designed to reach beyond the fire service by involving homeowners, community leaders, planners, developers, and others in the effort to protect people, property, and natural resources from the risk of wildland fire.
| Forest Restrictions and Closures in Oregon|
Individual private landowners can institute use and access restrictions on their lands due to current fires or because of other concerns about fire danger. Contact any landowner before attempting to access and use their land for any purpose.
| Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition|
Educational and informational resource for consumers, builders, fire service, and community leaders about Home Fire Sprinkers.
| Home Fire Sprinkler Initiative|
Learn about home fire sprinklers and why you should ask for them.
| Home Fire Sprinkler Quiz|
Test your knowledge
| Keep Oregon Green|
Keep Oregon Green Association - Wildfire Prevention
| Lock Box - Rapid Entry System|
District Customers can purchase Lock Box for their residence or business to provide Stayton Fire Department quick access in case of a fire or an emergency medical incident.
| Oregon Air Advisory Sign Up|
Sign up for email or text notification for Oregon Smoke Advisories.
| Oregon DHS Flu Information|
Oregon Department of Human Services site on Influenza (flu) - prevention information and investigation updates
| Oregon Impact|
Oregon Impact provides educational experiences to end impaired and distracted driving.
| Oregon Smoke Blog|
Oregon Smoke Information Blog
| Oregon Wildfire Resources|
2020 Oregon wildfire response and recovery information and resources
| Oregon Wildfire Risk Explorer|
The Oregon Wildfire Risk Explorer is designed to increase wildfire awareness, give a comprehensive view of wildfire risk and local fire history, and educate users about wildfire prevention and mitigation resources. This viewer directly serves homeowners and community leaders.
| Oregon Wildfire Risk Explorer - Advanced|
The Oregon Wildfire Risk Explorer is designed to increase wildfire awareness, give a comprehensive view of wildfire risk and local fire history, and educate users about wildfire prevention and mitigation resources.
| Personal Fire Safety and Fall Prevention|
Oregon Office of the State Fire Marshal covers a few topics related to personal fire safety for Oregonians including Smoke Alarms for Deaf or Hard of Hearing, older adult fall prevention and fire safety, and links to product and drug recall sites.
| Preparing Homes for Wildfire|
There are methods for homeowners to prepare their homes to withstand ember attacks and minimize the likelihood of flames or surface fire touching the home or any attachments. Experiments, models and post-fire studies have shown homes ignite due to the condition of the home and everything around it, up to 200’ from the foundation. This is called the Home Ignition Zone (HIZ).
| Project Wildfire|
Project Wildfire is the community organization that facilitates, educates, disseminates and maximizes community efforts toward effective fire planning and mitigation.
| Public Education News for Parents & Educators|
Sparky the Fire Dog shares some great on-line resources for teaching kids about fire safety.
| Put A Freeze on Winter Fires|
December, January and February are the leading months for U.S. home fires! Learn what you can do to protect your home and loved ones.
Prepare, Plan, Stay Informed - Emergency Preparedness Resources and Information.
| Ready.Gov Kids|
Teach your children what to do in case of an emergency for when they are at home or away from home. Your kids can become Disaster masters with the Ready.gov preparedness game.
| Smoke Alarm Information - Oregon|
Installation resources, codes, rules, and statutes. Training resources and frequently asked questions (FAQ).
| Smokey Bear|
Only YOU can prevent forest fires.
| Sparky the Fire Dog|
Fun interactive on-line fire prevention activities for kids with Sparky the Fire Dog.
| Stop Gas Fires|
Site dedicated to a national campaign to stop gas fires. Great site with tips for parents on talking to kids, videos and testimonials.
| Trip Check - Oregon Department of Transportion|
Road & weather information including road camera links.
| Wildfire Education for Grades 6-12|
NFPA and Young Minds Inspired have teamed up to provide 4 virtual workshop videos and accompanying lesson plans for teachers to help students better understand wildifires.
| Wildfire Risk to Communities|
Wildfire Risk to Communities is a free, easy-to-use website with interactive maps, charts, and resources to help communities understand, explore, and reduce wildfire risk.
| Wildfires and Smoke|
Oregon Health Authority Wildfire and Smoke Information
| Wildland Urban Interface in Oregon|
Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal provides information to Oregonians on wildfire preparedness and prevention, and Evacuation Readiness
Health & Wellness
| A Healthcare Provider's Guide to Firefighter Physicals|
“The IAFC created “A Healthcare Provider’s Guide to Firefighter Physicals,” which any firefighter can present to a personal care provider to ensure an annual physical is performed with the specific demands of firefighting in mind.
| Firefighter Behavioral Wellness Resources|
Resource specializing in emergency responder behavioral health needs via education, professional counseling and setting up workplace behavioral health programs. Includes resources for combating stress unique to emergency responders.
| Firefighter Close Calls - The Secret List|
Daily news and updates of firefighter's close calls around the country.
| Firehouse Health & Fitness|
The Firehouse.com Health & Fitness product category is a collection of information, product listings, and resources for researching various firefighter health and fitness equipment, including physical training, exercise equipment, firefighter health, nutrition options.
| Heart Healthy Firefighter, NVFC|
The NVFC Heart-Healthy Firefighter Program is the only national program dedicated to saving America's firefighters and EMS personnel from their leading cause of death: heart disease
| OSU Nutrition and Healthy Eating|
Engage firefighters and family members in a culture of physical fitness and nutrition through OSU's USDA funded EFNEP.
Local Fire Departments
| Aumsville Rural Fire|
The District's mission is to provide the best possible service of Fire and Life Safety To everyone and everything In the Fire District through Protection, Prevention and Education
| Jefferson Fire District|
Jefferson Rural Fire Protection District was established in 1956 and covers approximately 100 square miles which includes the communities of Jefferson, Millersburg, and Talbot.
| Keizer Fire District|
The District’s mission is to protect lives, property, and the environment through quality emergency response and community involvement. The mission will be achieved by career and volunteer professionals committed to excellence and dedicated to service in fire prevention, emergency medical services, fire suppression, hazardous materials and natural disaster response.
| Lyons Rural Fire District|
The Lyons Rural Fire Protection District is committed to serving the community. To protect, save lives and property by providing the highest quality of emergency medical and fire service possible.
| Marion County Fire District #1|
The Marion County Fire District #1 is not part of the city or the county, but instead is a “special service district” that provides fire and emergency service to residents in unincorporated Marion County. The fire district is run by an elected, volunteer board comprised of residents of the fire district.
| Scio Fire District|
Watching over the communities of Scio, Crabtree and the Bilyeu Den area. Offering fire suppression, fire prevention, and emergency medical services.
| Silverton Fire District|
Efficiently and effectively preserve and protect life and property from fire through prevention and suppression. Reduce the adverse effects of injury and sudden illness through quality emergency medical services as first responders. Provide necessary services during natural and manmade disasters. Respond to the community as requested in the spirit of the Fire Service.
| Sublimity Fire District|
The members of the Sublimity Fire District, through our commitment to innovation, service and excellence, will always strive to be leaders in fire and life safety services, and to be the model of a successful volunteer fire district.
| Turner Fire District|
Turner Fire District will become an organization continually pursuing excellence, ensuring public health and safety through choices based on our stated values and principles.
Oregon Fire Service
| Oregon Fire Chiefs Association|
The Oregon Fire Chiefs Association proudly serves Oregon's fire service. A membership organization, OFCA strives to provide leadership and valued services to support fire chiefs and administrative officers throughout the state.
| Oregon Fire Recruitment Network|
The Oregon Fire Recruitment Network is a place for Oregon recruiters to network. The site provides a comprehensive list of nearly all Oregon Fire Departments and their contact information, as well as a detailed resource page and multi agency calendar.
| Oregon Fire Service Office Administrators|
Oregon Fire Service Office Administrators is a networking and educational organization for administrative personnel serving Oregon Fire Service agencies - from Fire Chiefs and Administrative Assistants to Entry Level Clerk positions.
| Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal|
Oregon State Police - Oregon Office of State Fire Marshal
| Oregon Volunteer Firefighters Association|
The Oregon Volunteer Firefighters Association represents emergency medical technicians, (EMT) and firefighters across Oregon.
Regional/National Fire Service
| Fire Corps|
Fire Corps helps departments build more capacity by connecting them to community volunteers who can assist in a variety of non-emergency roles.
| International Association of Fire Chiefs|
International Association of Fire Chiefs
| National Volunteer Fire Council|
National Volunteer Fire Council
| Western Fire Chiefs Association|
The Western Fire Chiefs Association (WFCA) supports, promotes, and develops Chief Officers in the ten states and US territory of Guam that comprise the Western Division of the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) and furthers the interests of prevention, control, and mitigation of fire, life safety, and all hazards in our region.
| Women in Fire|
International Association of Women in Fire & Emergency Service (Women in Fire) is an organization of women and for women — but not for women alone. An interactive non-profit network, Women in Fire provides education, support, and advocacy for fire service women.
| Clackamas Community College|
Wildland Fire Science Program
| DPSST Fire Forms|
Links to certification guides and taskbooks.
| Eastern Oregon University|
Eastern Oregon University offers a baccalaureate degree in Fire Services Administration in partnership with Western Oregon University, Chemeketa Community College, and Portland Community College.
| EMS Simulation Resources|
American College of Emergency Physicians SimBox and TeleSimBox EMS Simulation Resources to run training scenarios at EMS agencies.
| EMS Training CEUs|
Free EMS CEUs training, live online and recorded EMS webinars
| EMT User Account|
All Oregon EMT's are required to claim their user account.
| FEMA Independent Study Program|
The Emergency Management Institute (EMI) offers self-paced courses designed for people who have emergency management responsibilities and the general public.
| Fire Engineering|
Dedicated to Education and Training for the fire service.
| Firefighter Nation|
Firefighter Nation is the social network for firefighters, rescue & EMS, connecting fire departments, firefighters & first responders.
| Manage Your Online Reputation|
This is a guide to taking control of your online reputation
| National Fire Academy|
Information on courses available both online and on campus from the National Fire Academy.
| National Wildfire Coordinating Group|
NWCG Provides multiple resources including online classes for S-110, S-190, S-260, S130, S-190 etc.
| Oregon Care Partners Classes for First Responders|
Make your first response, the right response. Free classes will help you respond to calls involving older adults and people living with Alzheimer’s or other related dementias.
| Portland Community College|
Prepare for a rewarding career working in fire protection by gaining the knowledge you need.
| Safety Stand Down Resources|
Use these materials and resources during Safety Stand Down to make sure all members of your department are ready for the next call.
| Santiam Training Academy|
The Santiam Academy Website is for all new firefighter recruits going through fire academy.