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Every year, Portland Fire & Rescue celebrates members of the bureau and local good samaritans by presenting awards to those who have gone above and beyond to contribute to community safety.
This permit is for Candles (handheld); Campfires; Small Scales Special Effect; Sleepovers; and Theatrical Performances.
PF&R’s Community Meeting Rooms remain closed at this time. We do not have an estimate of when they might reopen.

Portland Fire & Rescue has community meeting rooms available for public use in five fire stations located throughout the City of Portland.
PF&R members are currently deployed around the state at various fires and fire complexes.
Information on PF&R's requested budget and prior years' adopted budgets.
The Calendar for the current Fire Chief of PF&R
Portland Fire & Rescue Fire Marshal’s Office is providing inspections, permits, certification and plan review services. We have adjusted our business practices to continue serving our customers while following safe worksite guidelines
Portland Fire & Rescue (PF&R) is Oregon’s largest fire and emergency services provider.
Fireworks sales and usage are banned in the City of Portland year-round.
New rules for boating activities on the Lower Willamette River are effective May 1
A scholarship opportunity for young women interested in the fire service.
Organizationally, Portland Fire & Rescue is divided up into the following five divisions: Office of the Chief, Emergency Operations, Prevention, Training, Safety & EMS, and Management Services.
Learn more about how to apply for permits and receive inspections from Environmental Services, Fire and Rescue, Transportation, Urban Forestry and Water.
The Fire Marshal’s Office has started a new Inspection, Testing and Maintenance program and inventory system for fire and life safety equipment such as fire alarms, sprinkler systems, fixed extinguishing systems, etc., at all businesses in Portland.
Portland Fire & Rescue launches new program to address health and social needs of individuals calling 9-1-1 for non-emergent health concerns
Use this form to report an interaction with a Fire Bureau employee, whether it is a commendation or a complaint.