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.
- 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