On behalf of the men and women of the Jackson
County Fire District #4, I am pleased to to provide you with information about our organization
and the services we provide....Roy Palmer, Interim Fire Chief.
County Fire District #4 has been providing Emergency Fire and Medical Response,
Swift Water Rescue, and High Angle Rescue services to the cities of Shady Cove
and Trail, Oregon since 1956. We are a public department whose members consist
paid personnel (1 Chief and 3 Captains), 5 elected Board Members, 12
volunteers, and our Volunteer Support Group.
The Jackson County
Fire District #4 is dedicated to protecting life, property, and the environment,
from the perils of fire, hazardous material, and other disasters. We accomplish
this mission utilizing our
rapid emergency response, proactive code of enforcement, modern fire prevention
methods, and progressive public safety education for the benefit of the
The Jackson County Fire
District #4, located in Shady Cove, provides services to residents living in a rural/residential area of
55 square miles and includes the diversity of emergency responses
associated with these outlining areas. There is also a substation located
at Lost Creek responding to calls. These areas run along the Rogue
River from Highway 234 to Lost Creek
Lake along Highway 62, and includes seven miles up Highway 227 from the turn off on
In addition to fire, rescue
and first response emergency medical services, Jackson County Fire District #4
also provides many services to the community on an on-going basis, as well as
supporting and sponsoring numerous community events.
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County Fire District #4
21200 Highway 62
P.O. Box 1400
Shady Cove, OR 97539