Nestled in the Northeast corner of West Lake Park, this fire station was built in 1990 and serves the neighborhoods between Boones Ferry and Interstate 5, and north of the Waluga Park area up to Stephenson Drive.
The station staffs Paramedic Engine 210 with nine career personnel that work three separate 24 hour shifts. Each shift has a company officer (a lieutenant), an apparatus operator, and a firefighter. Station 210 also houses a reserve engine (Eng. 213) and our Wildland Response Brush Rig (BR-210). Station 210 is the busiest of the Lake Oswego Fire Station, with almost 80% of the 911 calls for Emergency Medical Services.
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