Fire Information Duty Officer: Rod Nichols, 503-945-7425 (office), 503-508-0574 (Cell), firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a summary update. More detailed updates on the individual fires as well as other fire-related information are posted to the ODF Wildfire Blog. You can also find ODF on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates and stories from the front lines.
Firefighters had a good day yesterday on the 67,930–acre Grizzly Bear Complex Fire. Crews increased the percentage of containment as they worked long hours in hot weather and difficult conditions.
People interested in helping victims of the fires in Oregon are encouraged to donate to the American Red Cross. Go online: bit.ly/RedCrossCash. For more information, call the Red Cross office in Bend, 541-382-2142, or Portland, 503-284-1234.
ODF Forest Grove District
August Fire | Date | south side of Highway 26 |26 acres | contained and in mop-up | Under investigation |ODF local management |
More information: 503-357-2191 | http://www.fgdfire.com/
ODF West Oregon District – Dallas Unit
Willamina Creek Fire | 08-19-15 | 9 miles north of Willamina | 230 acres | 95% contained | Under investigation | ODF local mgmt. team |
ODF Central Oregon District – John Day Unit
Canyon Creek Complex | 08-12-15 | one mile south of John Day and Canyon City | 74,744 acres | 42% contained | 699 personnel | Lightning | Great Basin IMT 1 (IC Lund) |
More Information: Joint Information Center: 541-820-3643 or 541-820-3633 | http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4495/ | www.facebook.com/CanyonCreekFireOregon | www.twitter.com/canyoncreekfire | #canyoncreekcomplex |
ODF Northeast Oregon District – Wallowa Unit
Falls Creek Fire | 08-22-15 |4 miles southwest of Joseph, OR | 324 acres | 0% contained | Local IMT (IC Tyler) |
Grizzly Bear Complex | 08-13-15 | 20 miles SE of Dayton WA – Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness, south and east | 67,930 acres | 10% contained | 740 personnel | Lightning | WA IMT 4 (IC Gales) / OSFM Green Team (IC Kunze)
ODF Northeast Oregon District – Baker Sub-Unit
Eldorado Fire and Cornet-Windy Ridge Complex | Eldorado Fire reported 08-14-15, Cornet-Windy Ridge Complex reported 08-10-15 | Eldorado: 5 miles southeast of Unity, Cornet-Windy Ridge: 10 miles east of Unity | Eldorado: 20,635 acres and 80% contained, a lightning hold-over; Cornet-Windy Ridge,103,887 acres and 85% contained, lightning |ODF IMT 3 (IC Smith) returned management of the Eldorado and Cornett-Windy Ridge fires to the respective jurisdictional agencies this morning |
More information: Baker County, Oregon Joint Information Center (JIC): 541-523-2905 | http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4502/ | www.facebook.com/ElDoradoFire2015 | email@example.com“>firstname.lastname@example.org” data-mce-href=”mailto:email@example.com“>firstname.lastname@example.org |#EldoradoFire |
Eagle Complex | 08-10-15 | 16 miles northeast of Baker City | 10,964 acres |7% contained | 307 personnel | Lightning | Rocky Mountain Black IMT (IC Greer).
More information: Baker City Joint Information Center (JIC): (541) 523-2905 | http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4481/ | www.facebook.com/pages/Rocky-Mountain-Area-Incident-Management-Team-Black/341078999367545 | email@example.com“>firstname.lastname@example.org” data-mce-href=”mailto:email@example.com“>firstname.lastname@example.org |
Douglas Forest Protective Association (DFPA)
Stouts Fire |07-30-15 | 11 miles east of Canyonville near Milo | 26,452 acres (more accurate mapping) | 86% contained | 610 personnel | Human | Florida Forest Service Type 3 Incident Management Team with Incident Commander Mike Work |
OTHER FIRE INFORMATION
For information on wildfires on all jurisdictions in Oregon, view:
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Fire statistics can be accessed from the ODF Wildfire Blog and the ODF website. When personnel are heavily engaged in firefighting activities, the latest information may not always appear in the statistics.
ABOUT THIS UPDATE
This update provides information primarily about fires on Oregon Department of Forestry-protected lands involving fires 10 acres or larger. ODF provides fire protection primarily on private and state-owned forestland, and Bureau of Land Management forestlands west of the Cascades, and also works closely with partner firefighting agencies.