After The Fire
Experiencing a house fire is a scary and difficult thing. It is not a common experience for most people, and to help with the initial steps post fire, CCFR has created an After the Fire program that provides guide for what steps a homeowner should take after a fire.
In partnership with the Crook County Pregnancy Resource Center, CCFR helps provide car seats for qualifying no/low income families. Qualifying families should contact the CC Pregnancy Resource Center to inquire about available car seats. CCFR also provides car seat installation help.
Please contact us today to set up an appointment.
Home smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years. Homeowners should perform a test once a month on existing alarms. CCFR provides information and assistance on home smoke alarms. Contact us today if you have questions about the care and maintenance of your home smoke alarm systems.
Wildland Risk Assessment / Fire Ready
Crook County Fire and Rescue is here to help residents with wildfire risk assessments of their home and/or property. Along with the guidelines in CCFR’s Fire Ready program, staff will help property owners better understand how to protect their homes from wildfire.
Below is a link to a digital copy of the Crook County Fire Ready guide:
If you would like to schedule a Wildland Risk Assessment, please contact us.