Lakeview Volunteer Fire Department & 911 Dispatch

Lakeview, Oregon

Lakeview Volunteer Fire Department and 911 Dispatch

Lakeview Fire Department
245 North F Street
Lakeview, Oregon 97630

(541) 947-2504 | Email Us
Emergencies: Dial 911

Facebook: Lakeview Volunteer Fire Department

Fire Chief

Jesse Morris

Fire Secretary

Briana McClain

Fire Assistant

Lana Brachiers


Ronny Vo


Elmer Riblett


Stan Jaska

Fire Season

November 1 through March 1 there is no outdoor burning within the town’s urban growth boundary. Outdoor burning questions, call the Lakeview Volunteer Fire Department at 541-947-2504. We appreciate your help in keeping Lakeview’s air quality clean.


Events and Surveys

Download Flyer: LKV Volunteer FD Field Day

Volunteer Fire Department Training Calendar 2023

2023 Training Calendar
Training starts at 1800 on regular days and 0800 on Saturdays

Medical/Rescue Training 1900-2100 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each Month, SAR Ropes, Last Saturday of each month

*pre-work required
ICS-100, ICS-200 and IS-700 are required by all and available online at
S-290 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior is also available online at:

July 26, 2023: Approval for Albertson Enterprises, Inc to fix the EMS building venting in the main meeting room and south lobby for $5,500. Estimate Download

July 31, 2023: It was the consensus of the Town Council to move forward with an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) to Provide Fire Services with Lakeview Rural Fire Services, Lakeview Volunteer Fire Department, and New Pine Creek.  Draft SLFR IGA Download

Fire Chief, Morris’s Proposal – New Draft IGA: Learn More

Survey and Request

Mission Statement

The Town of lakeview L.E.T.S 911 Center’s Mission is to provide optimum quality emergency 911 and dispatch services to our customers and emergency services providers. Our customers are the citizens of Lake County and the public safety agencies that utilize the services, of this center.  Providing excellent service with dignity and respect.

What is a Citizen?

Citizens are customers. Citizens are the most important people to our center.

Citizens are not dependent on us. We are dependent on them.

Citizens are not an interruption of our work; they are the purpose of it. We are not doing them a favor by serving them; we are fulfilling our obligation by doing so.

Citizens are not outsiders to our business; they are a part of it.

Citizens are not cold statistics-names on data files and computer printouts. They are flash and blood human beings with biases, prejudices, feelings and emotions like our own.

Citizens are not someone to argue with. It is not our job to win an argument with a citizen.

Citizens are people who bring us their needs. It is our responsibility to respond to those needs in the most effective manner possible.

Our Core Values

With a sense of tradition, our stated purpose will be accomplished  through service while remaining dedicated to the following values:


We will be responsive to Town and County needs and will accept responsibility for our decisions and actions.


We will be sensitive to the feelings of others and treat everyone with respect and dignity.


We will be forthright and truthful; we will not compromise our moral and ethical principles.


We will work together with our emergency service providers and the citizens of Lake County in sprit of cooperation and mutual respect.


We will strive to gain and maintain the confidence and support of others. We value trust in each other and a mutual trust between Emergency service providers and the communities we serve.

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