Station 501 is located in Goshen near the interchange of Interstate 5, Highway 58, and Highway 99. This station serves as our administrative headquarters. Our Fire Chief and administrative staff have their office here. Station 501 is the only one of our three stations that has all the required amenities to house a 24/7 crew. This includes bedrooms, multiple bathrooms with showers, adequate kitchen space, and safe separation between the vehicle bays and the living quarters of the station. Station 501 has a fire sprinkler system, which is typically required for a commercial structure with sleeping quarters. Station 501 also has a large training room where public meetings are conducted and in-classroom fire and EMS training events are held.
There are three resident volunteers who live at Station 501. These volunteers are on shift for two days and then off shift for four days. Because they live at the fire station, they will sometimes respond on emergency calls for service to supplement staffing when needed.
2020 Pierce on Freightliner Chassis
- 1250 Gallon per Minute Pump
- 750 Gallon Water Tank
- Intermediate Life Support Medical Equipment
- This vehicle is owned by Pleasant Hill Rural Fire Protection District.
Heavy Rescue 501
2013 KME on International Chassis
1250 Gallon per Minute Pump
- 500 Gallon Water Tank
- Basic Life Support Medical Equipment
- This vehicle is owned by Goshen Rural Fire Protection District.
UTV and Trailer
Side by side Utility Task Vehicle. Used for off road rescues and wildland firefighting operations, primarily at Mount Pisgah but can be used in other locations as well.
This vehicle is owned by Goshen Rural Fire Protection District and was funded by Lane County Parks as part of a contract with them.