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  • Live Feed

    This is a live feed of fire communications between Lake Oswego Fire Apparatus and LOCOM, the 911 dispatch center.

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    In a fire, seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between residents of our community escaping safely from a fire or having their lives end in tragedy.

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    In a disaster, local officials and relief workers cannot reach everyone immediately. Help may not arrive for hours or days. You and your family -- and don't forget to include the needs of those with disabilities -- need to be prepared ahead of time because you won't have time to shop or search for the supplies you will need...

  • CERT photo

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency, using the model created by the Los Angeles City Fire Department, began promoting nationwide use of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) concept in 1994. Since then, CERT’s have been established in hundreds of...

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    The Office of State Fire Marshal urges residents to test their smoke alarms before automatically changing the batteries.

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    Knox HomeBox single key vault provides homeowners with the same secure rapid access system that currently protects hundreds of thousands government and commercial properties in over 13,500 fire jurisdictions across North America for 40 years. When lives, safety and property matter, a Knox HomeBox can make all the difference. When...

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    Concerned about brush, grass or forest fires where you live? Use this link to Firewise USA to learn more about Firewise principles. Find tips and tools to make your home and neighborhood safer from wildland fire.

  • City of Lake Oswego Oregon Official Website

    Candles may be pretty to look at but they are a cause of home fires — and home fire deaths. Remember, a candle is an open flame, which means that it can easily ignite anything that can burn.