TVF&R Facilities

Our district has 27 fire stations, a Command and Business Operations Center, a training facility, and a South Operating Center as well as many community rooms that are available for reservation.

At this time, our community rooms remain closed to the public. Please be patient as we work through the necessary steps to return our stations to a normal operational mode.

We understand as our state continues to reopen community groups are anxious to begin meeting again, but we ask for your continued patience as we return to normal operations. The safety and health of our staff continues to be our top priority, as well as our ability to respond to emergencies. Updates will be communicated through this webpage and email when applicable. If there have not been any changes to the website, it is because there has been no change to the status of the community rooms. (Updated June 14, 2021)

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Fire Station 50

On February 28th, 2009 TVF&R opened station 50 as it's first LEED certified fire station.  This station was constructed on time and within budget using funds from TVF&R's voter approved bond.

The 11,700 square foot station includes sleeping rooms, a kitchen, physical fitness area, an office, the apparatus and storage bay, and a community room. Initially, the station will be home to a daily crew of four firefighters, but as demands for service increase in the future, additional personnel and equipment can be added. While the station serves the 9th largest geographic area in the District (out of 20), it ranks third in population density with 23,000 residents.

The project also resulted in a 1.5 acre addition to neighboring Jack Park, as well as extra parking for that resource. The City of Tigard purchased the property from TVF&R and contributed to the construction of an expanded community room at the station.