Winston-Dillard Fire District

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Winston-Dillard Fire District

Winston-Dillard Fire District (WDFD) is a “Combination” Fire District utilizing career and volunteer staff to provide services to an area of roughly 30 square miles. WDFD utilizes cross trained firefighter/paramedics who operate a transporting ambulance service which covers an ambulance service area (ASA) of 300 square miles. The ASA takes in the communities of Lookingglass, Tenmile and Camas Valley. WDFD responds to over 2000 alarms annually from one centrally located fire station in the City of Winston.

As of January 2014, the WDFD has been contracting administrative services with Douglas County Fire District #2, a neighboring fire district. The current duty shifts are comprised of a shift Captain (Company Officer), an Engineer, and one Firefighter, all of whom are also Oregon State certified Paramedics. WDFD’s mission is to serve and protect our community through mitigation of both emergent and non-emergent events.

To facilitate completion of our mission, the Winston-Dillard Fire District provides its members with emergency medical training and fire service training that meets or exceeds the requirements set forth by the Oregon Health Division and the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) recommendations.

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Now Accepting Applications for Entry Level Firefighter/Paramedic

The Winston Dillard Fire District will be holding an examination to establish a hiring list to immediately fill an open position in the classification of Entry Level Firefighter/Paramedic. The list will be comprised of those individuals successfully passing all phases of the testing process.

Roll Over MVA

Roll Over MVA

Firefighters from the Winston Dillard Fire Department (WDFD) and Douglas County Fire District No.2 (DCFD2) were dispatched to a single vehicle accident in the 1300 block of Douglas BLVD at 9:42 Monday morning. While responding to the scene a report came in that the patient involved was trapped in the upside-down vehicle so an additional fire engine with extrication tools was dispatched.On arrival firefighters found the accident had occurred in the area in front of Douglas High School. The vehicle had left the roadway and was traveling toward the river, rolled over and came to rest on its top. An oak tree kept the vehicle from traveling into the river. The crews worked quickly to ensure the scene was safe and assessed the driver to determine the severity of their injuries. The injuries were not life threatening, but the driver was trapped and the extensive use of extrication tools was required to free the driver from the vehicle.The patient was transported by ambulance to Mercy Medical Center for further evaluation. WDFD responded with 1 ambulance and 1 fire engine. DCFD2 responded with 1 ambulance, 1 fire engine, and 2 command unit. Douglas County Sheriff Deputies and Winston Police Department assisted at the scene.

Posted by Winston-Dillard Fire District on Monday, November 14, 2016

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Upcoming Meetings

Winston – Dillard Fire District Board  Meeting

Monday October 19, 2020 at 5:30pm
Location: 250 SE Main St, Winston