The Flagship of the Lake Oswego Fire Department, located at 300 B Avenue in downtown Lake Oswego was built in 1995. Response crews staff the upstairs quarters while the majority of Fire Administrative staff use the main floor for day to day operations.
Proudly perched on the corner of Jean Road and Bryant Road, this Fire station was built in 1989 and serves the neighborhoods south of Carman Drive to the Tualatin River and east from Interstate 5 to the Blue Heron neighborhood.
Situated on South Shore Boulevard, this is the oldest of the Lake Oswego Fire Stations still in active service. Built in 1971, the station originally shared space with Lake Oswego Communications (LOCOM) which was later moved to city Hall. The station staffs Paramedic Engine 212 with nine career personnel that work three separate 24 hour shifts.
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.
We regularly schedule tours of our neighborhood fire stations as part of our public safety education programs for groups with a minimum of 5 and maximum of 20 people. In smaller groups you are welcome to stop by a station for a visit. If the firefighters are in they can show you the fire engine.