Mosier Fire District and
Mosier Valley Volunteers
208 Washington Street
PO Box 689
Mosier, Oregon 97040
Jim Appleton, Fire Chief
Non emergency phone: 541-478-3333
For emergencies call: 911
NEW! Scanner frequencies:
156.165 (narrow band): Mosier 911 Central dispatch
154.445 (narrow band) Mosier working channel
Size: 22 square miles, including seven miles of Interstate 84
Population: about 1,400
District property value (taxable assessed): about $100,000,000
Budget 09-10: $45,000
Budget 10-11: $175,000
Calls in 2009: 37 fire, 54 medical, 17 vehicle accidents
Mosier Fire Department protects 22 square miles, and 7 miles of Interstate 84 in the Northwest corner of Wasco county.
We have one paid Chief and 24 volunteer firefighters serving approximately 1500 permanent residents.
In addition to fire suppression and prevention, we provide basic rescue and first aid in conjunction with Hood River Fire Department for ambulance service.
We have three stations (City Station, Upper Rural Station and Lower Rural) and 14 fire trucks.
Volunteers meet Mondays at 7pm at the City Station, 208 Washington Street. New volunteers and drop-in visitors welcome.
Our annual fundraiser is the Smogasboard/Salmon Feed held 1st Sunday after Easter at the Grange. Donations to support the program are welcome year round in the form of money and/or time and labor (including administrative or emergency medical support). Contact the Fire Chief for more information.