General Obligation Bond

Measure 3-466 Highlights

In May 2015, voters within Clackamas Fire District #1 service area approved a $29 million bond measure that is being used to purchase capital needs. The bond is being used to enhance safety and service delivery at an estimated rate of $.10 per $1,000 of assessed property value over the life of a 15 year bond.

Clackamas Fire District #1 has 20 community fire stations, covers 235 square miles, and serves a population of 220,000 residents. These projects would enhance fast and effective service delivery to the community and ensure the safety of apparatus, firefighting equipment, security, communications, and critical infrastructures.

Project List:


  • Logistics building
  • Replace Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) for firefighter health and safety.
  • Station security.
  • Upgrade communications equipment and infrastructure.
  • Seismic upgrades to Station 12, apparatus bay for Station 13, and Station 16.


  • The funds are being used to replace aging emergency response apparatus to continue to meet industry standards
  • Construct and equip a Fleet Maintenance Center to repair and service emergency response apparatus
  • Re-design and replace the Training Center building/training ground improvements
  • Upgrade and improve community fire stations, facilities, and infrastructure
  • Add or replace community fire stations to include purchasing land
  • Facility and technology improvements