The Flagship of the Lake Oswego Fire Department, located at 300 B Avenue in downtown Lake Oswego was built in 1995. Response crews staff the upstairs quarters while the majority of Fire Administrative staff use the main floor for day to day operations.
The station staffs Paramedic Engine 214 with nine career personnel that work three separate 24 hour shifts. Each shift has a company officer (a lieutenant), an apparatus operator, and a firefighter. Station 214 serves the neighborhoods north of Oswego Lake including First Addition and north to the Dunthorp neighborhoods, and east from the Willamette River to Boones Ferry Road. Being the largest of our fire stations, 214 includes crew members certified in Dive Rescue operations, houses 3 Battalion Chiefs, a medic unit, and a Dive Rescue vehicle.