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 on: April 10, 2020, 06:35:15 AM 
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Oregon closes recreational hunting and fishing to non-residents to limit travel amid COVID-19 restrictions: Regulation takes effect Friday night (April 10)

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 on: April 10, 2020, 06:10:21 AM 
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For Immediate Release: Corbett Firefighters Association announces funding of the Ferd Riehl Scholarship for 2020.
Corbett Fire District Corbett, Oregon April 9, 2020

On April 8, 2020 the President of the Corbett Volunteer Firefighters Association, Joe Fahlman, announced that the Ferd Riehl Scholarship will be awarded to the graduation class of 2020. Normally the scholarship is funded by a breakfast that is held in June, however this has been cancelled because of the Covid-19 crisis.

This scholarship pays tribute to Ferd Riehl, who was an original member of the department when it was founded in 1949 and served until 1995. His commitment to community service and his willingness to volunteer for over 46 years made a strong contribution to the department and the Corbett community.

In order for a student to be eligible they must demonstrate that they have volunteered in the community and live within the boundaries of the Corbett Fire District. To get an application or ask questions, people can contact Duane Redfield ( or leave a message at the Corbett Fire District office (503-695-2272). Applications are due on May 15, 2020.

Additionally, in past years several people have made cash donations or contributed to our silent auction.

If individuals would like to donate to the scholarship, they can make their check payable to:
Corbett Firefighters Association, PO Box 1 Corbett, Oregon 97019

Contact: Duane Redfield (

Corbett Fire Web Site:

 on: April 07, 2020, 02:39:25 PM 
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 on: April 03, 2020, 05:34:34 AM 
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Depending on the Pandemic situation, the monthly Corbett Crime Log may be delayed or temporarily suspended depending on sickness or call load. We're all in this together- Deputy Joe "Rocky" G.

See the crime reports below attached in blue and next to the small green paperclip icon.

* If you have problems opening the Crime Log, Adobe Reader may not be installed on your computer.  To download Adobe Reader, go to and click "download".

The Corbett Crime Log has been in existence since 2008 when the Corbett Community Resource Officer position was created.
The Crime Log only listed incidents in which a police report was written. The vast majority of "lesser" incidents, however, have never been listed. Beginning with this Crime Log, we'll now begin listing all of the incidents, excluding traffic stops (there were 79 traffic stops conducted in our area in January).   This will give a more accurate portrayal of all law enforcement related activity in the Corbett community.

An "incident" may list anything from a severe crime to a deputy getting "flagged down" regarding a loose horse on the roadway. Due to space constraints, some information such as the assigned deputy on the call and the column that indicated if a report was written are not included.
A serious assault incident occurred on Chamberlain Rd by an adult son to his elderly parents. The parents both sustained injuries requiring hospitalization. Deputies had arrived to arrest the resistive suspect just as he was trying to leave.

The Sheriff's Office Homeless Outreach and Programs Engagement Team (HOPE) contact is: or 503-988-0386.  Here are some links to information about the HOPE Team:
Please visit to learn how to sign up for the new Integrated Public Alerts (IPAWS) warning system for cell phones.  The information is listed under 9/17/18.  

Corbett Community Resource Officer- Deputy Joe Graziano
Email-       Cell: 503-849-1206, M-TH
Emergencies- 911                                24-Hour Non-Emergency Dispatch- 503-823-3333

Corbett School Resource Officer- Deputy Joe Kaiser
 Email-               School: 503-261-4200/ 4226

Corbett Community Website:

Citizen Patrol Volunteer Program
Citizen Patrol volunteers patrol the Columbia River Gorge and the Corbett community.  They work with a partner and act as extra "eyes and ears" for deputies.  Citizen Patrollers also provide support during community events, disasters and other emergencies.   Visit for further information.  

 on: April 02, 2020, 04:32:57 PM 
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 on: March 28, 2020, 10:59:23 AM 
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 on: March 20, 2020, 05:23:56 PM 
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Oregon COVID-19 Response
Tools and Resources for Oregonians

 on: March 19, 2020, 04:45:26 PM 
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LATEST UPDATE:  3/19/20 (

Multnomah County Emergency Management has been emailing daily situational reports regarding the COVID-19 virus.  Click HERE for yesterday's update.

The Sheriff's Office is preparing and adapting continuously to the Pandemic.  All Patrol indoor "roll calls" for deputies have been suspended so that deputies can maintain "social distancing".  Deputies are encouraged to handle calls by phone whenever possible.  All School Resource Officers have been reassigned to other units such as Patrol or the Civil Unit.  Detectives that normally work in "plain clothes" are preparing their uniforms to potentially fill Patrol deputy positions should deputies become sick or quarantined.  We have seen other departments lose a significant portion of their staff due to quarantine requirements.

This is a difficult and anxious time for everyone.   At this time, the Sheriff's Office has not be advised of any "shelter in place" requirements.  We do ask that you assist your elderly family members, friends and neighbors, or those with other health concerns by allowing them to self-isolate.  If you know of someone that's in need of assistance with grocery shopping or other needs, feel free to call 211, the Corbett Grange Hall (503-695-6674) or Deputy Graziano (see contact info above).  If you have a safety concern about another person and are unable to contact that person yourself, you can call the 24-hour non-emergency number (503-823-3333) and deputies can conduct a "welfare check".

One of our Citizen Patrol members itemized the following ways to stay informed below:
Sign up for Multnomah County Alerts at
The latest about COVID-19 from Multnomah County:
Sign up for an email about the latest about COVID-19 from the State of Oregon:
A good place to provide and get info from/to citizens:
Helpful Telephone numbers:
Multnomah County Non-Emergency Number: 503.823.3333
State of Oregon Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline: 1.855.503.7233
Multnomah County Adult Protective Services: 503.988.4450

 on: March 19, 2020, 10:11:55 AM 
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Corbett community:

Your Corbett firefighters have been keeping up date with this evolving event.
Chief Flood is currently getting daily updates from Multnomah County Emergency Management Team, Oregon Fire Chiefs, and Oregon Health Authority.
We are responding to all calls for service as usual and taking necessary precautions.
We are using technology to keep up with our training remotely.
Stay safe and healthy.

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