Apply through the Oregon Disabilities Hunting and Fishing Permit link.
FAQ Topic: Emergency services
Select the “Controlled Hunt” option on the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife license ordering page. Find big-game details at the Columbia and Central Oregon Big Game Hunting sections of the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife website.
If you have any questions regarding Sherman County Ambulance, or are interested in becoming trained to work on the ambulance, contact Shawn Payne at (541) 565-3100.
Yes, they do. Sherman County Ambulance Service has teams of three personnel who rotate one week on call. They are paid a modest stipend to be on call and are paid an hourly wage of $15 per hour while on call (whether that time includes responding to a call or simply waiting for one). The … Continued
In 2016, Sherman County Ambulance responded to 201 calls. In 2017, as of September 1st, we have responded to 170 calls, which is about 30% higher than the same timeframe in the previous year. The calls are about 70% medical and 30% trauma.
Absolutely not! We are very proud to report that Sherman County Ambulance has NEVER received tax dollars from the citizens of Sherman County. The ambulance is self-supported mostly from patient-transport revenues and a smaller portion from memberships. You can register to be a member with the Sherman County Ambulance Membership Application.
Here are three ways to help protect yourself and others from wildfires: Call 9-1-1 right away if the fire cannot be put out. Compost rather than burn and do not use a burn barrel or campfire during the dry summer and early-fall months. Study up on the Sherman County Community Wildfire Protection Plan.
Call 9-1-1 and 9-1-1 dispatchers will alert the appropriate fire agency.
The Oregon statute ORS 166.291 sets forth required training (and other application requirements) for a concealed handgun license. Options include NRA-certified handgun classes or https://oregonchl.org.
Concealed Handgun License renewal is $50 for out-of-state applicants and $65 for new applicants. There is no cost for Sherman County residents to renew their license; a renewal is required every four years. Note that license holders should renew in their county of residence.