Police and Fire Protection
503-588-5032 (available 24/7)
Call 911 for
Emergencies (not City Hall)
Marion County Sheriff's Office
The City contracts with the Marion County Sheriff's Office for local policing. If you have an issue that you would like a deputy to investigate or talk with you about please call City Hall and the City Manager will setup a meeting. Anonymous tips or information can be reported as well to City Hall. Visit the Sheriff's Office website for more resources like the crime maps, getting an alarm permit, viewing the jail inmate roster, and much more!
Below you will find the Sheriff's Patrol Logs and Stats for the month. These reports are reviewed monthly at the Donald City Council Meetings. The logs are reports from the shifts that are paid for by the City. The stats are based on police involvement in the City (a compilation of information from both City contract and regular patrol hours).
Monthly Safety Tip
Make sure all exterior doors are solid core and have a peephole or viewer in all entry doors. Do not trust door chain. They can easily be broken. Never open the door to anyone you do not know. Insist service personnel verify their identity before allowing them into your home.
Deputy Sutter, Marion County Sheriff's Office
Using 911 Appropriately
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.