Adair Rural Fire and Rescue (ARF&R) was founded in 1974. We are a dedicated group of volunteer professionals who serve the fire and rescue needs of our community. We provide emergency response, promote public education and assist the community with fire and life safety standards.

The ARF&R district is 18 square miles.  We also provide mutual aid to our neighbors in Albany, Corvallis and SE Polk County.  ARF&R operates out of two stations.  Our main station is at 6021 Marcus Harris in Adair Village and our substation is at 37096 Soap Creek Road at the Southwest end of Soap Creek Valley.

Every member of our department has a strong personal commitment toward team support, volunteer spirit and professionalism. We handle each situation with courage, honesty, personal integrity, cooperation and compassion.

Board Meeting Annoucment

The Adair Rural Fire Protection District holds a board meeting the second Tuesday of every month from 7:30 – 9:00pm.  The meeting is held at the main station, 6021 NE Marcus Harris Ave, in Adair Village.  The agenda is posted in the window near the main entrance to the fire station one week prior to each meeting. The meetings are open to the public.

Board Members:

Dick Green – Board President

Kendall Manthe – Board Vice President

Mary Hardenbrook – Board Member

Erin Scott – Board Member

Frances Harris- Secretary/Treasurer

The Desire to Serve - The Ability to Perform - The Courage to Act