Monday, August 1st, 2022
Today, we celebrated Justin Shoemaker's birthday! His mother and grandfather came to the station to share in the festivities. He had a nice cake that we gladly shared!Congratulations Justin! It...
Monday, August 1st, 2022
On August 1st at approximately 9:30 am, Winlock Fire & Rescue was dispatched to a reported roll over accident in the 700 blk of Rhodes Road. Upon arrival, units found the vehicle resting on it...
Sunday, June 5th, 2022
On June 5th at approximately 4:50 am, Winlock Fire & Rescue was dispatched mutual aid to Toledo to assist them with a Fed Ex truck that had overturned on Interstate 5 North bound at the off ramp t...
Saturday, June 4th, 2022
On June 4th at about 9:00 am, Winlock Fire & Rescue conducted a "Burn to Learn" exercise at the old Mickelson Dairy in the 100 block of Military Road. Approximately 30 members from Napa...
About us

Lewis County Fire District 15 is a small rural fire agency located an hour south of the State Capitol of Olympia, and an hour north of Portland, Oregon just off of Interstate 5 at Exit 63. Encompassing 42 square miles, fire & EMS service coverage includes the City of Winlock and the unincorporated surrounding area. The district is made up of farmland, small city, remote timberlands, and rural homes, in addition to railway, interstate, and local highways.  It is rapidly becoming the fastest growing area in Lewis County with growth not only with industrial business, but residential development as well.  District members continually train to quickly and effectively handle all calls for service. Our roster is made up of a Fire Chief, 3 - Lieutenant/EMT's, 3 - Firefighter/EMT's, 3 - AMR Paramedic's (contracted) and 7 - Volunteers.

The District is governed by a board of three commissioners.  Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 4:00 pm at the main fire station at 609 NW Kerron Street and the public is invited to attend.  To find out more about the commissioners and fire staff, please click on the MEMBERS section on the menu to the left.

The District maintains three fire stations:

Station 15-1 is the main station downtown Winlock at 609 NW Kerron Street and is where all staff and administration is housed.  It also houses Engine 15-1, Tender 15-1, Brush 15-1, Aid 15-1, Medic 15-1 & Support 15-1.

Station 15-2 is located at the Winlock High School at 241 N. Military Road.  It houses Engine 15-2 and Tender 15-2.  It is not a staffed station.

Station 15-3 is located at 541 Nelson Road and houses the district's antique engine.  It is also not staffed.

The district also has ongoing mutual aid agreements with Lewis County Fire District #5 in Napavine, Lewis County Fire District #2 in Toledo, Cowlitz-Lewis Fire District #20 in Vader/Ryderwood and Lewis County Medic One.


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