Grants Pass Police and Fire Rescue fans, below is some information about an important upcoming elections measure this November. The Grants Pass Fire Rescue District measure would result in permanent funding for BOTH police and fire rescue in Grants Pass. No more temporary uncertain levies! And the total tax rate for Police and Fire Rescue in Grants Pass would be slightly less than what it has been on average over the last 10 years. For facts on this measure see www.grantspassoregon.gov/788/Elections-Information
‘Citizens for Grants Pass Fire District’ is a group of citizens in favor of a Fire District within the city limits of Grants Pass. All information posted is factual. Please contact us with any questions or concerns.
This week the recruit academy worked on wildland skills. This included driving off road, line construction, hose deployment and wildland pumping. The student firefighter academy also participated with some line work in the rain. #keepinggrantspasssafe #local3564 #iaff3564 #wildlandintherain Oregon State Fire Fighters Council #oregonfirefighters ... See MoreSee Less
The recent rain and cooler temperatures have made it possible to decrease fire restrictions across Southwest Oregon, affecting the City of Grants Pass. The public fire danger within the City of Grants Pass will lower to “low” (green), effective as of 8:00 a.m. on Monday, September 16, 20
Your off duty Grants Pass Firefighters assisted the Caveman Kiwanis with taking down the flags around town. The Caveman Kiwanis, Boy Scouts of America, and Grants Pass Firefighters put up and take down the flags several times a year. #patriotic #keepinggrantspasssafe #community #flags #iaff3564 #BSA @ Downtown Grants Pass ... See MoreSee Less