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Police and Fire

Police Services: Marion Co. Sheriff's Office

An Intergovernmental Agreement with the Marion Co. Sheriff's Office has been signed for police services. The contract is through June 30, 2022 and is subject to renewal. 

Please call the Marion Co. Non-Emergency Dispatch at 503-588-5032 for non-urgent matters.

If you are in need of emergency assistance, call 911. 

The Marion Co. Sheriff's Office has launched a new online crime reporting option that gives community members the ability to share information at their convenience. The online reporting system is reserved for incidents with no suspect information that occurred in response areas covered by the Marion Co. Sheriff's Office. Incidents that are eligible for this new service are limited to:

  • Hit and Run (no injury to person)

  • Theft from a Building

  • Theft of Services

  • Graffiti

  • Suspicious Activity

  • Lost of Mislaid Property

  • Theft of Mail

  • Telephonic Harassment

  • Identity Theft

  • Vandalism

  • Fraud

  • Shoplifting

Community members who would prefer to report incidents by calling the non-emergency number at 503-588-5032 and speaking with a deputy directly will continue to have that option. 

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Fire Services - Aurora Rural Fire District 

The Aurora Rural Fire District serves the Cities of Donald and Aurora as well as rural areas in both Marion and Clackamas counties, spanning over 64 acres. There are two fire halls, one in Aurora and one in Donald. Next door to the Donald Fire Hall is the "sleeper station" which houses students studying to become a firefighter. Visit the Fire District's website to apply to be a volunteer, report a smoke/burn violation to the DEQ, learn about the smoke detector program and access other helpful fire services.  The fire administration can be reached at 503-678-5966.  

The Emergency Response Logs are reviewed monthly at the City Council meetings. You will see all the types of calls that your A.R.F.D. responds to as well as their response times.