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Wildfires cause fatalities in Oregon…

Chiloquin Fire in the Fremont Winema National Forest

The call center is open.  541-265-0621

Evacuation Updates

Latest Map: Echo Mountain Fire Complex All Areas

Interactive Map: http://maps.co.lincoln.or.us/

September 10, 2020 Updates

  • 8:26AM – Oregon Department of Forestry will be sending out a media release this morning and we will be sharing here and on Facebook. This will include fire maps. Damage reports could take up to 5 days. An incident management team from Florida is coming in today to help the crews. Sheriff’s Office is working on reentry plans.

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September 9, 2020 Updates linked here

CURRENT WILDFIRE ACTIVATIONS/SMOKE CONDITIONS IN LINCOLN COUNTY:

North Lincoln County in the communities of Lincoln City, Otis, Neotsu and Rose Lodge

 

Level 3 – LEAVE NOW EVACUATION NOTICE

  • All of East Devil’s Lake Road
  • NW 40th north to Hwy 18, from Ocean to East Devil’s Lake Road
  • Hwy 101 from NE East Devils Lake Road to N Three Rocks Road
  • Hwy 18 from milepost 0 to Rose Lodge
  • NE Highland Road and all roads off of this
  • N. Slick Rock Creek Road
  • N. Boulder Creek
  • N. Sundown Drive
  • N. Bear Creek Road
  • S. Schooner Creek Road
  • N. Meadow Place
  • N. Mable Drive
  • FR 25 Road
Level 2 – Get Set Notice
  • N. Widowcreek Road
  • NF 1861
  • NW 40th south to 12th St., from ocean to East Devil’s Lake Road.
  • NE East Devils Lake Rd and all side roads.
LEVEL 1 – Get Ready
  • 12th St. south to Hwy 229 (Kernville Hwy).
  • N. Schwartz Road
  • N. Salmon Berry Lane and all side streets
There may be additional road closures throughout the county due to downed trees and lines. Visit tripcheck.com for more information.

 

RESOURCES – Immediate Needs

  • Evacuation point is at Newport Recreation Center in Newport. The OCCC Evacuation point has been moved to the Newport Rec Center. 225 SE Avery St, Newport, OR 97365
  • Transfer to other evacuation shelters will be managed from this location by the American Red Cross. Contact the Red Cross at 888-680-1455 or website: https://www.redcross.org/get-help.html
  • Barnyard Animals – Livestock County Commons – 633 NE 3rd St, Newport, OR 97365
    • The Lincoln Commons is available 24/hours with pens, buckets, water and hay for livestock.
    • Users of the facility must be prepared to care for their animals.
    • Users must register and check in with a volunteer during the day and during their stay at the Commons.
  • Companion Animal Supplies – Dogs, Cats and Pets
    • If you have evacuated with companion pets and need supplies. There are companion animal
      supplies available at Animal Shelters entrance at 510 NE Harney street.

Additional Information

COUNTY EMERGENCY PUBLIC INFORMATION CALL CENTER:   (541) 265-0621

  • Click here to go to our specific Call Center page to watch our video and review information sheets you can print from home.
  • When the Call Center is activated it is intended to provide the following:
    • Fire evacuation levels and locations
    • Road closures
    • Shelter locations for both people and pets/livestock
    • Fire/weather conditions
    • Smoke precautions
  • Frequent updates will be pushed out to local/regional media partners, Lincoln Alerts notification system, community support groups, local policy groups and will be available on our County Emergency Management webpage under the “Seasonal Hazards: Wildfire” page.

EVACUATION LEVELS AND NOTIFICATION SIGNAGE:

The following are provided as example resources to prepare our community members as to what they will hear through our emergency notificaition system – Lincoln Alerts, notices they may receive, at their door, by Law Enforcement or other public safety officials and the state wide evacuation level defintions for Level 1 – Be Ready, Level 2 – Be Set, Level 3 – GO NOW.

LINCOLN COUNTY WILDFIRE READINESS PRESENTATIONS – 2020 On-Line

The Lincoln County Fire Defense Board, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office and Lincoln County Public Health are partnering together to prepare our community members, business owners and visitors on our local wildfire threat and response procedures. For 2020, due to physical distancing restrictions, we have adapted our in person presentation to be a self learning guide. We also have plans to record our standard readiness presentation mid to late May and provide on-line for your review.  Our self learning guide provides information on the following subjects:

  • Wildfire history and seasonal fire conditions
  • How to prepare your home, property, & family
  • Evacuation Levels (Get Ready, Be Set, Go Now)
  • What to expect if you receive an evacuation order
  • Assistance after you evacuate
  • How to minimize health effects to smoky conditions
  • How to get more information

Click here to view the 2020 Lincoln County Wildfire Readiness Community Presentations (self learning module)

ADDITIONAL PREPAREDNESS INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO WILDFIRE:

Fire District/Department Map and Contact Information:

Lincoln County Map of Fire Districts/Departments – Click here to view map

  • Central Oregon Coast Fire and Rescue District
  • Depoe Bay Fire District
  • Newport Fire Department & Newport Rural Fire Protection District
  • North Lincoln Fire and Rescue District #1
  • Seal Rock Rural Fire Protection District
  • Siletz Valley Rural Fire Protection District
  • Toledo Fire Department & Toledo Rurual Fire Protection District
  • Yachats Rural Fire Protection District
  • State – Oregon Department of Forestry – Toledo Unit
  • State – Oregon State Fire Marshalls Office
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