Grand Ronde Tribal Fire Department

The Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon is a federally recognized Tribe that includes over 30 Tribes and bands from western Oregon, northern California, and southwest Washington. These include tribal bands from the Kalapuya, Molalla, Chasta, Umpqua, Rogue River, Chinook, and Tillamook. The Tribe is active throughout its ancestral homelands but located in western Oregon where it has a 11,500-acre reservation in Yamhill County. With approximately 5,400 enrolled tribal members, the Tribe is governed by a nine-member Tribal Council that is elected by the Tribe's voting membership.

Since restoration in 1983, Tribal efforts have focused on rebuilding Tribal institutions, strengthening tribal culture, and developing service and educational programs designed to meet the needs of Tribal members. Our fire services include: fire suppression and prevention, emergency medical services, community education and engagement, emergency preparedness activities, emergency planning and coordination, and volunteer programs.


Grand Ronde Tribal Fire Department uses the Public Fire Safety system to improve communications and public safety by coordinating burn permits and regulations in partnership with Grand Ronde Tribal Fire Department community members.


For Residents within the Grand Ronde Tribal Fire Department jurisdiction: Sign in to learn about your local Outdoor Burning Regulations, communicate with your local fire agency officials, read condition reports, create and update your own outdoor burn status.

This service is free, brought to you at no cost for this public safety partnership with Grand Ronde Tribal Fire Department.

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At (or PFS), our mission is to improve communication in public safety. By coordinating the needs of our public safety agencies and the residents they serve,  PFS is working with these professionals and residents to re-imagine permitting, regulations and communication for modern communities.