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Oregon Fire Sprinkler CoalitionThe Oregon Fire Sprinkler Coalition is dedicated to promoting home fire sprinklers. This voluntary coalition is a resource for information about home fire sprinklers in the State of Oregon. The Coalition actively works to educate stakeholder groups on residential fire sprinklers and collaborates with key state fire service organizations to address and overcome barriers to residential fire sprinkler requirements.

If you have questions or would like to participate in the Oregon Fire Sprinkler Coalition, contact Coalition Chair Shawn Olson, Fire Inspector, Clackamas Fire District #1, at 503-742-2663.

The Home Fire Problem in Oregon

Home fires pose one of the biggest threats to Oregon residents. For example:

  • There were more than 2,800 residential fires in Oregon in 2013.
  • These fires caused close to 40 civilian deaths and more than $72 million in property damage.

For more information on Oregon home fires and the benefits of home fire sprinklers, download the Oregon Fire Sprinkler Coalition fact sheet.


September 13, 2014
Fire and Life Safety Fair, Oregon City (Sprinkler/live fire demonstration, fire safety trailer, fire escape planning information)

2014 Northwest Regional Sprinkler Summit


Sponsored in part by the Oregon Fire Sprinkler Coalition, this event connects sprinkler advocates across the Northwest U.S. with information on water needs, political realities, and code requirements. A "vendor connections" event will showcase resources and the latest products and technology.

Date: September 18, 2014

Location: Heathman Lodge, Vancouver, WA

Cost: $50 if registering by August 20; $75 after August 20 (fee includes lunch, evening event and conference materials)

For a complete schedule, registration, and more information, visit the summit's website.

Sprinklers in the News

A sprinkler installer safeguards the home of veteran and Paralympic gold medalist Joshua Sweeney.

A sprinkler installer safeguards the home of Hillsboro, Oregon, resident Joshua Sweeney, who was severly injured while on duty in Afghanistan. With assistance from the National Fire Sprinkler Association and the organization Homes for Our Troops, home fire sprinklers were installed in Sweeney's new home. Learn more about this project by visiting NFPA's Fire Sprinkler Initiative blog. 

Coalition Members

State Organizations

Local Organizations

  • American Family Insurance

National & Regional Organizations


Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition

The Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition (HFSC) is a leading resource for accurate, noncommercial information and materials about home fire sprinklers for consumers, the fire service, builders, and other professionals. HFSC offers free educational materials about home fire sprinkler systems, how they work, why they provide affordable protection and answers to common myths and misconceptions about their operation.