Welcome to SFD Online

On behalf of the men and women of Sunriver Fire and Rescue I would like to thank you for visiting our online station. Community connections are the foundation of our service and are critical to our ongoing service delivery.

The department is a 24/7 fire and rescue agency serving the Sunriver community and an ambulance service area that extends over 350 square miles. The department is well equipped with modern fire apparatus including engines, a ladder truck, ambulance/medic units and wildland firefighting apparatus. All operations are housed in Fire Station 201, located on Abbot Drive, next to the Sunriver Owner’s Association.

The department is one of two agencies that comprise the Sunriver Service District. The Service District is managed by a board of directors representing our community and is overseen by the Deschutes County Commissioners.

Our history is rich, starting in the early years of the Sunriver community as part of the Sunriver Resort, later part of the Sunriver Owner’s Association and ultimately becoming an Oregon Public Service District in 2002. As the community grew we were here, and continue to be here, as a partner and a provider of the service expected by our community.

Our priority is responding to over 600 calls for service each year, but our mission is much greater with a focus on prevention activities, public outreach and disaster preparedness.

We encourage you to follow your fire department via our social media on Facebook. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns and thank you for the opportunity to serve!

Rod Bjorvik

Interim Fire Chief

Our Services

The Sunriver Fire Department operates from one station located on Abbot Drive between circle 3 and circle 4. The fire station, built in 1995 is a 13,000 sq. ft., two level building.  It houses two ALS ambulances, two structural engines, one interface/heavy brush engine and one light brush engine.

The station is staffed 24 hrs. per day with career personnel consisting of one shift officer, one engineer and one Firefighter/Paramedic augmented by up to six Reserve Firefighters.  In all there are eleven career staff comprised of the Fire Chief, Deputy Chief, three Line Captains, three Engineers, three Firefighter/Paramedics and up to twenty Reserve Firefighters.  Administrative functions are handled by one Office Manager.