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Public Notice of Regular Board Meeting and Executive Session 5/16/2022 - 05/10/22

The Board of Directors for Clackamas Fire District #1 will hold a regular board meeting, followed by an executive session on Monday, May 16, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. Agenda items for the regular board meeting will include division/department reports and an executive session under ORS 192.660(2)(d) to discuss labor contract negotiations. 

If you would like to provide a public comment during the meeting, you will need to sign up no later than Monday, May 16, 2022 at 4:45 p.m. Please sign up by filling out the Public Meeting Comments form on our website:

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, this meeting will be held by remote video conferencing. 

If you would like to attend online or by phone, please access Clackamas Fire's website for the Zoom meeting link and passcode at:

Lifeflight CCOM CCFD#1
Lifeflight CCOM CCFD#1
Clackamas Fire provides interactive demonstration with CCOM (911) employees and Life flight (Photo) - 04/27/22

On Monday, April 25th, Clackamas Fire hosted employees of Clackamas County Communications (CCOM/911) and Life Flight with the goal of cross-training, and providing a hands-on perspective in an emergency situation. 

The demonstration, which was held at the Clackamas Fire Training Center on 130th Ave. in Clackamas, allowed employees from each of the three organizations an opportunity to get first-hand experience within a particular type of call, in this case, a motor vehicle accident with entrapment.

The objective behind this demonstration is to increase perspective and communication with all three agencies during an emergency. In this scenario, a motor vehicle accident, members of CCOM were given the opportunity to don the proper safety gear and help extricate, or remove, a patient from a wrecked vehicle. After the “patient," a very lifelike dummy, was removed from the car, it was loaded onto one of Lifeflight's helicopters which had landed at the Clackamas Fire training grounds. 

During the event, members of CCOM, Lifeflight, and Clackamas Fire were able to share industry tools and protocols as well as answer questions each had regarding how to better communicate and serve each other in order to become more efficient during an emergency.

This demonstration will be taking place again on Thursday, April 28th at 11:30am at the Clackamas Fire Training Center on 130th in Clackamas. 

*This event is closed to the public however members of the media are welcomed to attend.

Attached Media Files: Lifeflight CCOM CCFD#1