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Learn the basics of making yourself more prepared for a disaster (large or small), and how to help yourself and others! 

This 9 week class will be held in the Training Room at the Newport Fire Department and will conclude with a Final Drill. 

Date And Time

Tue, Sep 24, 2019 - Tue, Nov 19, 2019

5:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Newport Fire Department

245 NW 10th Street


For more information visit the CERT website at:


Fall 2019 CERT Class Registration, Tue, Sep 24, 2019 at 5:30 PM | Eventbrite



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Message from the Chief

Chief Rob Murphy

Welcome to the Newport Fire Department official website. NFD is comprised of 27 volunteers and 11 staff. We serve approximately 12,500 residents and 5,000-15,000 guests in the City of Newport and surrounding Newport Rural Fire Protection District. We serve these areas out of three fire stations. We are a proud, service-oriented organization with a rich history. Starting as Newport Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 on May 4, 1885, we have adapted and grown along with our community. We provide first-rate Emergency Services including: Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical Services (including Advanced Life Support), Motor Vehicle Accident Rescue and Extrication, Hazardous Materials Response, Marine and Beach Fire/Rescue Response, Fire Inspections, Investigations and Public Education. We actively participate in community activities like Newport Seafood and Wine Festival, Newport Marathon, Holiday Toy Drive, and Newport High School Senior’s Grad Night.

I invite you to please look around our website. You will find new features such as commonly requested forms, new links and more photos.

Thank you,

Rob Murphy

Fire Chief


Outdoor Yard Debris Burning

Beginning on Monday, June 17th, outdoor yard debris (also known as "open burning") will be closed for the summer for both the Newport Fire District and Newport Rurual District and will reopen in the fall.

Recreational fires, inside the city limits, are still allowed and do not require a permit. However, outside the city limits, in the Rural Fire Protection District, a permit, or waiver, is required by ODF. A recreational fire is an outside fire, not bigger than 3 feet by 3 feet, used for pleasure, religious, ceremonial, cooking, warmth or similar purposes.

Many Lincoln County fire agencies require a permit to burn yard debris. We encourage the public to contact their local fire agency for specific regulations regarding burning of yard debris.  

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updated June 14, 2019