Antelope Fire Department and the Oregon State Fire Marshal want you to know what to do in the event of a fire that can save you and your family. Fire can spread quickly, leaving you as little as three minutes to get out safely.
Make sure you have working smoke alarms and make a plan to get out:
Visit the National Fire Protection Association for help in planing a family fire escape plan:
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Antelope Fire is currently seeking committed volunteers to help us serve our community. Firefighting and EMS can be hard work and requires dedication, but the reward is immeasurable. Volunteers receive fire/rescue and emergency medical training, which are valuable skills in service and life. Contact us today if you are interested in knowing more.