Idanha-Detroit Rural Fire Protection District

Our Mission Statement:
"To be a point of pride for the communites we serve."

Upcoming Board Meetings:

 

July 11th, 2019: Regular Monthly Meeting at 5:00pm at Idanha City Hall
August 8th, 2019: Regular Monthly Meeting at 5:00pm at Detroit City Hall


View Agendas:

11-Jul-2019 Agenda
Our Board of Directors meets regularly every 2nd Thursday of the month at 5:00pm, and the meetings are open to the public unless otherwise specified on that meeting's agenda. If you are interested in what's going on in your fire district, please come join us! We welcome an attentive audience.

Public comments are welcome only at specific times during the meeting. If you intend to make a comment, please wait for the Board President to ask for public comments and then raise your hand and wait to be called upon. Please be courteous, and keep your comments to two minutes or less.

Children are welcome, but parents and caregivers are reminded that these meetings are being recorded and that children and adults alike are asked to be on their best behavior. Coloring books and crayons may be provided to children, depending on availability at the time.

Board of Directors

Jeff Skeeters

Linda Stice

Walt Collier

Jeff is an upstanding Idanha community member and is the newest director on the board. He was appointed by unanimous vote in February 2019, and also owns and manages Idanha Country Store.


Linda started as an Emergency Medical Responder for our fire district. When she could no longer respond to emergency calls, she decided to join the Board of Directors instead. Linda has a passion for community service.

​"I joined because I wanted to be helpful in my community. I want my tombstone to say something other than 'She lived, she died.'"
Walt grew up in Lyons and graduated from Regis High School in Stayton. He studied computer science at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, and worked for the State of Oregon for 30 years. He spent 10 years on the Idanha City Council and also worked for the Idanha water system. 

Lyn Schultz

Vacant Position

Idanha-Detroit RFPD is currently seeking a dedicated individual who resides within our fire district and is a registered voter to join our Board of Directors. If you are interested in joining our board, please contact us and we will get you a Board Member application.

Board members generally attend one meeting per month. The Board of Directors is the governing body that oversees the fire district. 


Lyn is our longest-serving board member, having first been appointed to the board in December 2015.