We protect 46 Square miles between the cities of Molalla and Estacada.
Colton Rural Fire Protection District #70 is a Volunteer Fire Department in Clackamas County providing Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services.
The District protects 46 square miles located between the cities of Molalla and Estacada.
Colton Main Station 330 is located one block north of Wall St. on Oregon Highway 211 in Colton, Oregon. Station 330 is the district’s headquarters and stages most emergency apparatus. District operations and administrators are held in these offices. Volunteer Firefighters respond to the station from their homes for emergency responses.
The station is staffed during normal business hours with Fire and EMS personnel. The district has a Fire Officer on shift 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Colton Elwood Station is unmanned and located at the North end of the district on Elwood Road. No public services are available at this station. Volunteer Firefighters residing on the north end of the district will use the station, responding from their homes. Elwood stages Fire and EMS apparatus to reduce emergency response times north of the district.
Colton Fire District is governed by an elected Board of Directors comprised of representatives of Colton’s community. The Board of Directors provide stability in financial oversight, standard policy, and protecting the longevity of the district. The director's serve 4 year terms.
"Dedicated to Excellence"
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Board meetings are open to the public, and community members are encouraged to attend and learn more about how CRFPD operates.
Agendas are posted typically within 48 hours of submission.
Minutes are posted following approval.
Copies of older minutes and agendas are available at the Colton Main station during business hours.