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Fire Chief Greg Nelson

WCFD2 was established in 1952. With the combination of career and volunteer firefighters and serves 122 square miles in Central Washington County.

WCFD2 responds to approximately 1200 calls per year and provides emergency services to the to the City of North Plains as well as the unincorporated communities of Midway, Twin Oaks, Laurel, Schollís, Farmington, Kinton, Bald Peak, Chehalem, Glencoe, Shadybrook, Helvetia, West Union, Dairy Creek, Mountain Dale, Pumpkin Ridge and Rock Creek.

Area residents are served out of two fire stations: Station 19 located on Midway Road south of Hillsboro, and Station 17 located on Commercial Street in North Plains. Both stations are staffed 24-hours a day, 365 days a year by 12 career firefighters & 40 volunteer firefighters.

In addition to providing emergency services when needed, WCFD2 also sponsors community education projects designed to prevent emergencies. This website is full of valuable information about disaster preparedness, preventing fires in your home, and installing emergency equipment. Our staff and volunteers encourage you to know as much as you can about emergencies, how to avoid them and what to do when one occurs. We provide information on a variety of topics and can arrange to present material to most sizes of groups.

Our Mission:

It is the mission of Washington County Fire District 2, to provide the highest quality of emergency services possible through fire prevention, public education, volunteer pride, employee commitment and community involvement.


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