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Marion County Fire District #1

MCFD#1 provides emergency services to citizens in 88 square miles of unincorporated residential, commercial and agricultural property bordering the cities of Salem Oregon and Keizer Oregon.

Marion County Fire District #1 provides fire and emergency medical services to 50,000 people over 80 square miles. We serve the Marion County communities of Four Corners, Middle Grove, Pratum, Macleay, Brooks, Clear Lake, Labish, and Chemeketa. Marion County Fire District #1 is a combination agency, supported by both career and volunteer personnel.  The district provides fire/rescue response from six fire stations, handling approximately 8,100 calls for help per year.

The Marion County Fire District is an organization which is known and trusted by our community, respected by our peers and united in the accomplishment of our mission.

MCFD#1 exists to make a positive difference in our community.

We accomplish this by:

(1) Rapid Response
(2) Taking Appropriate Action and
(3) Producing a Beneficial Result

Call Volumes 2013-2020

Upcoming Virtual Events

All events can be accessed via the Fire District’s Facebook page (@MarionCountyFireDistrict1) either through a Facebook Live or a posted video. To watch live, visit our Facebook page at the scheduled time and click on the video. Make sure you “Like” our page beforehand to receive notifications.

Bedtime Stories on Friday Evenings

Please join us for a bedtime story with either Fire Chief Kyle McMann and his best pups, Luke and Lexi, or some of your local Firefighters. Story time will be streamed Live and then posted if you wish to view it later.

December 2020: 4, 11, 18, 20, 23, 24, 25

January 2021: 1, 15, 29

February 2021: 12 and 26

March 2021: 12 and 26

Community Service Organizations and Home Owner Associations

Chief Kyle McMann welcomes invitations to speak to members of your organization using your virtual video or teleconference technology. He can provide an overview on the Fire District and answer any questions. Please direct those virtual meeting requests to

“Close Before You Doze!”

This video really shows how important that safety message is to help reduce the spread of a fire. It could save lives. Every night. Every time. Close your bedroom doors before going to sleep.