QUICK FIRE SEASON NOTES:

  • Open fires are prohibited, including campfires, charcoal fires, cooking fires, and warming fires, except at designated sites.  Charcoal and pellet BBQs are allowed at residential home sites that are fully developed, landscaped, and maintained when used in a cleared area that is free of flammable vegetation. A charged garden hose or one 2 ½ pound or larger fire extinguisher must be immediately available. Portable cooking stoves using liquefied or bottled fuels are allowed elsewhere.

    • Designated Campgrounds:  ​

      • BLM designated sites: Susan Creek Campground, Tyee Campground, Scaredman Campground, Eagleview Campground and Cavitt Creek Campground.​

      • Douglas County Parks designated sites: Amacher Park, Douglas County Fairgrounds, Pass Creek Campground, Stanton Park, Chief Miwaleta Campground, and Whistler’s Bend Campground.​

      • Private Campgrounds: Seven Feathers RV Resort and Umpqua Riverfront RV Park & Boat Ramp, Umpqua’s Lase Resort.

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North Douglas County Fire & EMS proudly provides fire prevention, fire suppression, and rescue operations for visitors and residents of, Curtin, Drain, Rice Hill and Yoncalla as well as the surrounding rural areas. The District also provides emergency medical response and transport ambulance service for this area and the communities of Elkton and Kellogg and their surrounding rural areas.

The District operates from six stations located throughout the district with the main office located at 531 S. Cedar St. in Drain. The District is staffed by volunteers, trained and equipped to serve their neighbors and augmented by career staff in vital roles to provide a stable, reliable and safe environment for emergency response. Mission fulfillment starts with training.