Wildfire Resources for Impacted Oregonians

Wildfire Resources for Impacted Oregonians


This is a terrifying time for Oregonians across our state, as smoke chokes the air and flames threaten our communities—all in the midst of a global pandemic. The number and scale of fires burning are unprecedented, and Oregonians who are suffering need immediate relief. As Oregonians work to recover and rebuild from these catastrophic fires, my team will regularly update this page with information about guidance, resources and assistance available to Oregonians impacted by these devastating wildfires.

Recovery Resources: Scroll down to information, or click here for business and agricultural producer resources, and click here for individual resources. 

Emergency Alerts

As this situation is rapidly evolving, here are a few places to get emergency alerts and announcements:

Click here to sign up to receive emergency alerts for your county (statewide).

Click here for an up-to-date map of wildfires across the state, and links to Facebook and Twitter pages with information for affected counties (northwestern Oregon).

Click here to read announcements and alerts, divided by county (statewide)

Click here to track the air quality index in your area.

> For information on road closures in and around impacted communities, click here. You can also call 5-1-1 for the latest report, or get detailed information at TripCheck.com.

FEMA Disaster Assistance

With support from the Oregon delegation, the state has received an emergency disaster declaration and a major disaster declaration, bringing FEMA assistance to Oregon communities. Assistance includes debris removal, search and rescue, emergency transportation, shelter, and distribution of food and first aid.

The first step to accessing assistance is registering with FEMA. Please call 800-621-3362 or visit DisasterAssistance.gov. Additional details below.

> By registering with FEMA, Oregonians can access:

  • Assistance with food and shelter, emergency supplies, support for individuals with disabilities, reunification of families, support for pets.
  • Crisis counseling, helping survivors to begin to rebuild their lives.
  • Disaster Unemployment Assistance, providing unemployment benefits and re-employment assistance services.
  • Disaster Legal Services for those who qualify as low-income.
  • Disaster Case Management resources, providing guidance and tools to assist with rebuilding.
  • Individuals and Households Program financial assistance and direct services to those who are uninsured or underinsured.

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