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Fire information Saturday morning….

The call center is open until 8:00pm.  541-265-0621

Evacuation Updates

Inciweb – updated fire maps for all fires https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/

Latest Fire Boundary Map:

Latest Evacuation Map: Echo Mountain Fire Complex All Areas

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

September 12, 2020 Updates

  • (6 AM) Echo Mountain Fire Complex – DOWNGRADE NOTICES for Lincoln City AreaCurrent Map (6 AM)Downgrade to a Level 2:·         NE East Devils Lake Road south to mile post 3.6 (bridge replacement cut off) and the Neotsu neighborhood

    ·         All other West and East side streets off of NE East Devils Lake Road

    Removal of Evacuation Level:

    All of S Schooner Creek Road

    Community Members in the newly downgrade levels can return to their homes and business at this time. If you need transportation back to your home you can call the County Call Center at 541-265-0621 (after 8am) for coordination.

    Cautionary Re-entry Information:

    ·         It is always advisable to do a safety check of your home and property when you return.

    ·         You may experience some intermittent power disruption over the next few days.

    ·         Continue to monitor local media sources, county website and your telephone devices to receive further information and updates.

    Any additional questions can be forwarded to the Lincoln County Emergency Public Information Call Center at 541-265-0621,

September 11, 2020 Updates

  • 7:30pm – While winds have lessened, the Echo Mountain Complex remains active.
    Firefighters are watching weather conditions and monitoring other factors such as relative humidity, as they relate to fire behavior. This complex of fires, which is comprised of two fires, is estimated at 2,435 acres and is 0% contained. Fire resources across the region are spread thin as fire conditions have reached extreme.
    Fire officials estimate that at least 100 structures have been damaged or destroyed. Two structural task forces have been ordered. Upon their arrival, they will begin damage assessment and inventory of all the structures impacted. This work is very methodical and will take several days to complete. Many areas remain under evacuation orders. These orders are issued by Lincoln County.
    Fire managers are asking people to stay out of the fire areas. There are many hazards still present. Fire weakened trees and falling debris, as well as downed power lines present dangerous conditions. There are many road closures in the area. The closures are to provide for the safety of the public and firefighters. Many of our public lands have been closed to the public due to the extreme conditions. Please check the status of all land prior to heading out.
    Next update: 9-12-2020
  • 3:00pm – Some evacuation levels have been downgraded.
    Downgraded to Level 2 (Get Set) –
    Roads end from the beach over to Hwy 101, south to NW 39th and west to ocean. You may return home. Be aware that NW Natural does not have gas back on yet and and electricity may go off and on for the next few days as crews repair lines.
    Level 2 and Level 1 notices removed: NW 39th to west side of Devil’s Lake and south through the city of Lincoln City.
    If you need transportation back home, contact the Lincoln County Call Center 541-265-0621.
  • 9:25am -Most recent fire map updated below- not much change. Incident command is briefing now, stay tuned here for updates as we learn them. We will send notice as people are able to return back home. At this time, there are no needs for donations or volunteers. We will let our community know if that changes and also where you can go to help. Thank you so much for the outpouring of support.

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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 (still in place as of 8:20pm Friday)

  • All of East Devil’s Lake 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
Updated 9-12-2020 6 AM

(6 AM) Echo Mountain Fire Complex – DOWNGRADE NOTICES for Lincoln City Area Current Map (6 AM)

Downgrade to a Level 2:

·         NE East Devils Lake Road south to mile post 3.6 (bridge replacement cut off) and the Neotsu neighborhood

·         All other West and East side streets off of NE East Devils Lake Road

Removal of Evacuation Level:

All of S Schooner Creek Road

Community Members in the newly downgrade levels can return to their homes and business at this time. If you need transportation back to your home you can call the County Call Center at 541-265-0621 (after 8am) for coordination.

Cautionary Re-entry Information:

·         It is always advisable to do a safety check of your home and property when you return.

·         You may experience some intermittent power disruption over the next few days.

·         Continue to monitor local media sources, county website and your telephone devices to receive further information and updates.

Any additional questions can be forwarded to the Lincoln County Emergency Public Information Call Center at 541-265-0621,

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
    • Additional unofficial evacuation sites have been set up by various cities and churches.  List will be posted here when we et it updated.
  • 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.
  • Lost pets/animals left in the evacuation area, the best thing to do is direct them to our lost/found page:
    https://www.co.lincoln.or.us/animalshelter

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.
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