Oregon Wildfire Information
The safety of our residents and visitors is our first priority and it's important we're all providing consistent messaging regarding wildfires, closures and air quality.
Visitors and residents are encouraged to sign up for emergency mobile alerts on oralert.gov.
Like many states in the West, Oregon has seen an increase in the size of wildfires in recent years. While natural wildfires are a part of healthy forest ecosystems, uncontrolled wildfires caused by people can endanger lives, homes and vital natural resources. We encourage you to share the resources and messages below through your communications channels as we aim to keep the safety and health of our residents, visitors and firefighters top priority.
Many wildfire-impacted areas remain closed, while others have reopened but still require caution when visiting. Please confirm conditions using TripCheck and respect road closures. Here’s what to know about Oregon’s wildfire-impacted areas.
For more information and answers to frequently asked questions, read this guide to wildfire season in Oregon.
- Oregon Department of Forestry
- Keep Oregon Green
- Travel Oregon’s Travel Alerts
- Oregon Smoke Information
Depending on your region, you and your visitors may be impacted by neighboring states that are currently experiencing wildfires.
- Read here for the latest on California’s wildfires.
- Read here for the latest on Washington State’s wildfires.
Thank you to all the firefighters who are working to keep Oregon’s residents and visitors safe.