Welcome to the Sunriver Fire Department Website!

On behalf of the men and women who serve the Sunriver community, welcome to Sunriver Fire Department Online; the official online access to Sunriver Fire and Rescue.

The members of our department are proud to be a part of this community and to provide the important, life-saving services of fire suppression, rescue, prevention, emergency medical and disaster preparedness.  Our services are delivered by highly trained, professional firefighters who use the very latest in equipment and apparatus provided by the direct support of our community.  We are an agency that values our community connections and the faith they place in us to provide the very best in emergency response.

Sunriver Fire and Rescue places great emphasis on Preparedness, Commitment and Service Beyond Expectation. We hope you will take the time to view Sunriver Fire Department Online and return frequently to view our announcements and see what great things are happening in your fire department.  You can enhance your connections with Sunriver Fire Department by clicking on the link to our email news sign up, where we will send you occasional updates on the department, press releases, event announcements and more.  It’s a great was to stay connected!

Thank you for your time in visiting Sunriver Fire Department Online and please do not hesitate to contact us at any time and let us know how we can provide service beyond expectation for you.

Art Hatch
Fire Chief 

Our Vision

To serve Sunriver and surrounding areas with responsiveness, knowledge, courtesy and professionalism.

Our Mission

The mission of the Sunriver Fire Department is to provide a range of services designed to protect the lives and property of the community from the adverse effects of fires, medical emergencies and exposure to other dangerous conditions through emergency response, education and prevention.

Sunriver Fire and Rescue takes great pride in delivering exceptional service to the community and surrounding areas.  The Sunriver Fire Department Annual Report details the types and frequency of emergency and non-emergency calls for service as well as yearly details of activities within the department.  Please take a moment to view our yearly reports and feel free to contact us with any questions or for any additional information.
How safe is my home? What type of fire extinguisher do I need in my home? Do I need to have a smoke alarm in every room or what supplies should I have in my home in the event of a natural disaster? These are all very common questions that residents and homeowners have about safety within their home, but maybe never had the opportunity to ask.  The opportunity to not only ask those questions but have personalized advice specific to your home and needs is now available from your fire department.

The Sunriver Fire Department has announced a new public education and safety program which is available to the Sunriver residential community.  The home safety check program is designed to be a preventative tool for common fire and life safety hazards including: electrical, heating and cooking hazards as well as fall and injury prevention. Since there is no requirement for fire inspections in private residences, a home safety check is not conducted with the mindset of enforcement.  The purpose of the program is to identify hazards and educate the homeowner about any identified hazards.       

Fire and life safety problems are easiest to resolve before they occur.   If you are interested in having a free home safety check performed on your home, please contact the Sunriver Fire Department at 541-593-8622 to make an appointment.  The program is available to all homes within Sunriver including condominiums and townhomes.  On average, a home safety check will take approximately 30 minutes for our staff to complete with you.   

CPR Training


Fire Conditions


Chief's Corner

Sunriver Fire Department in Sunriver

Monthly at the fire station
Four Hours
Taught by Sunriver Firefighters
Small class size 
$25 per person (includes handbook)
​For more information or to sign up call the fire station at 541-593-8622

home safety inspections