13430 NW Main St., Banks, OR 97106

Phone: (503) 324-6262

Fax: (503) 324-0523

Emergency: 911

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Banks Fire District News:

Smoke Alarms

Monday, February 08, 2016

Do you need a smoke alarm(s) installed in your home. The Banks Fire District and Oregon State Fire Marshalls Office are giving and installing free smoke alarms. If you would like a smoke alarm or have questions call the Fire District Office at 503-324-6262

Monday, February 08, 2016

Firefighters' Association Pancake Breakfast

Monday, February 08, 2016

Thanks to everyone who attended the breakfast. Thank you for your continued support.

Babysitting Class

Monday, September 14, 2015

Babysitting class April 22, 2016 8:30am - 3:30pm Call 503-324-6262 Class size limited to 16, paymnet due at time of registration. Cost $50

Burning In Oregon Department of Forestry Protected Area

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Anyone burning in Oregon Dept of Forestry protected area is required to get a permit. The Forest Grove ODF phone number is: 503-357-2191

Burn Season Open

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

For burn information call (503) 324-6262 option 5.

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Established in 1954, Banks Fire District #13 provides fire and rescue services to 136 square miles in northwest Washington County, Oregon, serving the communities of Banks, Buxton and Timber. This region, known for its scenic beauty and moderate climate, is mainly rural with close ties to the Portland metro area. Sixty highly trained volunteers respond to more than 500 calls annually, ranging from cardiac emergencies to wild-land fires.

The Banks, Buxton and Timber communities are cumminities that have always enjoyed tremendous citizen involvement. Whether it's volunteers keeping the summer sports going or taking care of the food bank, the Banks, Buxton and Timber community members know the importance of giving back to the community. Because of this culture of giving Banks Fire District continues to provide emergency service with a committed, highly trained volunteer and paid firefighter force. Our staff not only provides a tremendous value to the taxpayers but care greatly about protecting the area they live in.