Senate Bill 762 and Wildfire Risk Map Resources

The Oregon Department of Forestry and Oregon State University recently launched the wildland-urban interface (WUI) and statewide wildfire risk map, as required by Senate Bill 762 (2021). The map is a tool to help inform decision making and planning related to mitigating wildfire risk for communities throughout Oregon.

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Deschutes County Health Department holds weekly vaccination clinics at the Sisters-Camp Sherman Fire District Community Hall on Thursdays from  2 p.m. to 4 p.m. No appointments – this is a walk-in clinic. THE NEXT CLINIC IS ON THURSDAY AUGUST 25. 

For specific information regarding alternative venues in Sisters during the summer, please click the “COVID Vaccine Clinic Information” link below or call Deschutes County Health Department at 541-322-7400.

**Update** There will be walk-in clinics at Sisters Library on 7/14 and 7/28 from 2pm to 4pm

COVID Vaccine Clinic Information

The Sisters – Camp Sherman Fire District is dedicated in providing ongoing excellence in service.

We are committed to ongoing training in the most advanced fire suppression techniques, basic and advanced life support emergency skills, as well as many additional emergency response skills that today’s firefighters/paramedics must be prepared to utilize at any given time.

The Department also focuses on providing education to children on how to prevent accidents, how to use seatbelts, and how to be safe when home alone.

The Sisters – Camp Sherman Fire District is proud to have been serving this community for the past six decades and considers it an honor to hold the public’s trust.

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