City of Scio| 38957 NW 1st Avenue, PO Box 37 | Scio|Oregon | 97374-0037| Tel: 503-394-3342

Public Safety

The City of Scio is concerned with the safety of all citizens. From time to time there may be emergency situations that require citizens to take extra precautions. We will make every effort to provide as much information during such an event through the use of Emergency Bulletins. We encourage you to sign up with the Linn-Benton Alert System as a way to obtain additional information in the event of an emergency. Special Attention - We would like to remind drivers to pay special attention during school hours, lots of children walk to school, and due to the age of many of our residential streets, sidewalks are not always available. Be sure to give them the appropriate right-of-way. Remember it is the law to stop at cross-walks to allow people to safely cross the streets. Emergency Situations - Due to the expertize needed in various emergency situations, these services are provided by other Public Service Entities. Remember that your first call in an emergency is 9-1-1 and the appropriate government agency will respond to your call.

Linn County Sheriff

The City of Scio contracts with the Linn County Sheriff’s Department for law enforcement. In an emergency, you should still dial 911. For information or to file a complaint, dial the non-emergency phone number.

Scio Fire District

The Scio Fire District is a mostly volunteer fire department that provides fire and emergency medical service for the communities of Scio, Crabtree and the Bilyeu Den area. They cover roughly 101 square miles. Station 91 which houses the Scio Fire District Offices is located at 38975 SW 6th Avenue in Scio.
City of Scio
Linn County Sheriff 1115 Jackson St. SE, Albany, OR  97322 541-967-3950
Scio Fire District 38975 SW 6th Avenue Scio, OR  97374 Phone: 503-394-3000
For problems with loose dogs, contact Linn County Animal Control at (541) 967-3925. Please provide a description of the dog and an address.
If you have questions about burning; when it is okay or what can be burned, and where, call the burn line at (541) 451-1904.