*UPDATED October 1, 2020*
High winds and dry air mass caused several wildfires in Clackamas County over Labor Day weekend. This has resulted in a number of road and Mt. Hood National Forest closures in the county. Click here for the latest information on what parts of the Mt. Hood National Forest are open, and which areas are closed and should be avoided.
Mt. Hood National Forest Closures - Parts of the forest have re-opened, including most of Barlow & Hood River Ranger District and part of the Zigzag Ranger District. Check the link for a detailed map.
Clackamas County Wildfire Page - Latest evacuation and resources information.
PGE Power Outages - Current power outages and anticipated restoration times
Oregon Department of Transportation Road Updates - Tripcheck.com - Latest information on road closures
Riverside Fire Updates: Regular video briefings from Incident Command on the Riverside Fire
Drone Use: A Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) is in effect. Do not fly drones near wildfires.
Local Evacuation Sites: Click and scroll to bottom of page
How to Support the Wildfire Relief Efforts:
Oregon Office of Emergency Management: Sign up to volunteer, provide donations, or to pair available resources with needs.
Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation: Clackamas Fire District is directing people to send cash donations here as they are not equipped to receive anymore.
Masks for Air Quality:
If you or your employees need KN95 masks, which provide the greatest level of protection, due to the poor air quality from the smoke, they are available for free from Clackamas County. Fill out this form.