Silverton Fire District Sign
Silverton Fire District Sign is located in Silverton, Oregon
What they say on their website:
On May 1st, 1883 the “Eagle Hook and Ladder No.1″ was formed in the Silverton area. Over the years the organization has changed many times. In 1946 the Silverton Rural Fire Protection District was formed and contracted with the City of Silverton for fire protection in 1947. In 1982 the decision was made to consolidate the City and Rural District’s into one District. The Silverton Fire District in 1992 merged by a vote of the public with the Scotts Mills Fire District. Presently the Silverton Fire District provides protection for 106 square miles with five stations, eight paid staff and fifty six volunteer firefighters.
The Board of Directors is the legal governing body of the Fire District. The Board consists of five members elected by popular vote of the citizens within the Fire District. Each board member serves a four-year term and meets on the second Tuesday of each month.
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