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Rocky Point Fire & EMS is an all-volunteer department. We currently have twenty trained volunteers with six of those being Emergency Medical Technicians. This dedicated group provides fire and emergency services 24 hours a day. We have many different opportunities for your participation in emergency and non-emergency activities.
Our fire station is located at 25600 Rocky Point Road, which was rebuilt with grant funds and donated community labor. The main section houses one structure engine, one large wildland engine, two water tenders, one Ambulance, and one duty officers’ truck, the business office and a small kitchen. The south end of the station is now a well-equipped training facility and community center/library.
Our fire service area covers about 35 square miles that includes the communities of Rocky Point, Mountain Lakes and Odessa. We also cover a number of unprotected areas on a Mutual Aid Basis; Lake of the Woods, Fort Klamath, U.S. Forest service and Oregon State Forestry are some of these.
Our Ambulance Service Area covers about 225 square miles and accounts for about 90% of our emergency calls. The majority of our calls are traffic accidents on Highway 140. This ambulance service is not supported by your tax dollars. We offer a subscription service to cover cost above what your insurance pays to prevent any out of pocket cost to our community members.
Rocky Point Fire & EMS operates on an annual budget of $100,000.00 dollars. One third is collected from our tax rate of $1.18 per thousand, one third is contributed back from our ambulance service activities, and the rest is contributed by the community through fund raising events and donations.
We deliver professional services in your time of need,