Lateral Captain Position

Crook County Fire and Rescue is seeking interested individuals for a Shift Captain position.  CCFR will be establishing a lateral entry employment list to fill a current vacancy.  Applicants must be a current or former classified officer, preferably from a similar sized … [Read more...]

Shop Fire near Houston Lake Road

Crook County Fire and Rescue was dispatched at 23:21 on July 31st for a working structure fire in the Powell Butte area near Houston Lake Road. Crews arrived to find a fully involved shop about 40x60 in size. 14 Firefighters in two engines, two water tenders and 1 ambulance … [Read more...]

Structure Fire Lincoln Road

Crook County Fire and Rescue was dispatched at 6:33pm for a working structure fire in SE Prineville.  Crews arrived to find a shop completely involved in fire with fire spreading to a camp trailer and house.  Crews quickly brought the flames under control and remained on scene … [Read more...]

Outdoor Burning Closed

As of June 1, 2016, Fire Season restrictions are in place.  Outdoor debris pile burning is prohibited.  Please see the Crook County Burn Regulations for Fire Season Exceptions or call 541-447-5011. … [Read more...]

Truck Fire at Prineville Freight Depot

Crook County Fire and Rescue was dispatched at 09:29 on Tuesday May 24th, for a truck on fire with hazardous materials on board.  Firefighters arrived to  3842 NW Bus Evans Road, Prineville Freight Depot, to find a vacuum truck fully involved in fire.  The truck was reported to … [Read more...]

2016 Free Yard Debris Collection

The Crook County Landfill has scheduled a FREE yard debris collection day for April 23, 2016 from 8:00am - 4:30pm. This is a great opportunity to safely recycle needles, leaves, branches and brush during your spring cleanup. Please download the flyer below for more … [Read more...]

CCFR Accepting Applications for Budget Committee

The Crook County Fire & Rescue District is seeking interested individuals to serve on the budget committee.  Applications are available at our station in Prineville or you can download one from the link below.  Please return applications to the Prineville Fire Station, 500 NE … [Read more...]

Civil Service Meeting – February 24, 2016

The Crook County Fire and Rescue Civil Service Board will be meeting Wednesday, February 24, 2016 to review the civil service rules and keep them current with Oregon State Mandates.  The meeting will take place at Crook County Fire and Rescue, 500 NE Belknap Street at 12:00 pm in … [Read more...]

House fire in Powell Butte

Crook County Fire & Rescue responded to a residential fire on SW Bent Loop at approximately 11:00 pm on 1/2/16.  The Crook County Sherriff’s Department and Redmond fire & Rescue also responded to the two story residence.  Upon arrival, crews noted fire venting from the … [Read more...]

PRINEVILLE TRAILER FIRE

Crook County Fire and Rescue responded to an RV fire at approximately 3:30 p.m. today.  One engine, ambulance, and tender responded to a trailer park on NE 3rd Street, 5 firefighters worked to control the fully involved 30-foot trailer.  The fire was quickly controlled along with … [Read more...]

Chief Wright

Mike Wright is Promoted to Volunteer Assistant Chief

Mike Wright started his career with Prineville Fire Department in March of 1976.  In the 39 years to follow, Mike has epitomized what was to become the mission statement for Crook County Fire and Rescue                 “…protect, preserve and support the people and property … [Read more...]

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Out Buildings Burn Near Grizzly Mountain Road

Crook County Fire and Rescue was dispatched at 8:41pm on Sunday, November 15th for a building burning near Grizzly Mountain Road, Northwest of Prineville.  Two structure engines, one water tender and one ambulance responded.  Upon arrival crews found outbuildings on fire.  The … [Read more...]

Outdoor Debris Pile Burning Opens October 21st.

Burning of residential debris piles will open Wednesday, October 21st.  Residential debris piles must be attended by a responsible person with adequate fire suppression equipment.  Residents are reminded not to burn on windy days.  All burning within the City of Prineville and … [Read more...]

2015 Haunted House

Ladies and Gentleman, gals and ghouls, its once again that time of year to put on your best costume and come down to the best haunted house in Crook County. The Prineville Volunteer Fire Company presents "The Asylum Haunted House." This is a great community event, please share … [Read more...]