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As fires rage across Oregon, people are suddenly finding themselves in need of information and resources very quickly. We have compiled a list of important resources for Oregon fire evacuees below. Additionally, the Northwest Interagency Coordination Center has up-to-date blog posts and fire maps for reference.

ODF Curent Fire Map September 2020
















Northwest Interagency Coordination Center

Blog Posts:

Fire Map:


You may be asked to evacuate with very short notice. In order to reach you, the county needs your contact information!

Sign up for emergency alerts for your respective county here:

  1. Baker:
  2. Linn-Benton:
  3. Clackamas:
  4. Clatsop:
  5. Columbia:
  6. Coos:
  7. Crook:
  8. Curry:
  9. Deschutes:
  10. Douglas:
  11. Gillian:
  12. Grant:
  13. Harney:
  14. Hood River:
  15. Jackson:
  16. Jefferson:
  17. Josephine:
  18. Klamath:
  19. Lake:
  20. Lane:
  21. Lincoln:
  22. Malheur:
  23. Marion:
  24. Morrow:
  25. Multnomah:
  26. Polk:
  27. Sherman:
  28. Tillamook:
  29. Umatilla:
  30. Union:
  31. Wallowa:
  32. Wasco:
  33. Washington:
  34. Wheeler:
  35. Yamhill:


Three very important resources for evacuees:

  1. has a current map of highway closures and delays.
  2. InciWeb has details on each large fire, contact information for the fire and the latest evacuation/closure information.
  3. Red Cross Cascades Region can provide shelter information and resources for evacuees and people trying to connect with loved ones.


Cell Phone Notifications

If you have a cell phone, consider verifying that you have “emergency notifications” enabled.

On an iPhone, this is in “Settings–> Notifications” (scroll all the way to the bottom).
Emergency alerts will come through even if your phone is on “do not disturb” mode. It works by sending an alert to all phones in the range of a given cell tower, no need to share your location data.