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Evacuations

Evacuation Information

Oregon follows a 3 Level evacuation notification system, each structured around the readiness need and threat level. It is important to know the current levels and what they mean to help make the best decision to stay safe. If you feel unsafe, do not wait for a notification, knock at the door or alert – evacuate!

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About Evacuation Levels

🟢  Level 1
"BE READY" for potential evacuation. Be aware of the danger that exists in the area and monitor emergency services websites and local media outlets for information. This is the time for preparation. Older adults and people with disabilities are encouraged to take action early. Consider moving pets and livestock.
🟡  Level 2
"BE SET" to evacuate. Be ready to leave at a moment’s notice. There is significant danger in the area. Relocate to a safe place outside of the affected area. Let loved ones know you're safe and where to meet.
🔴  Level 3
"GO." Leave immediately! Danger to the area is current or imminent. It is unsafe to stay and threatens the safety of you, your family and first responders. Do not gather belongings or make efforts to protect the home. Emergency services may not be able to assist you further if you stay. Do NOT return home until officials declare the area safe.

Find evacuation information in your area

Check with your county Sheriff’s Office or Emergency Manager for local evacuation information updates.



County & Tribal Emergency Management Contacts

County/Tribe
Website
Baker Baker Co. Emergency Mgmt
Benton Benton Co. Emergency Mgmt
Clackamas Clackamas Co. Disaster Mgmt
Clatsop Clatsop Co. Emergency Mgmt
Columbia Columbia Co. Emergency Mgmt
Coos Coos Co. Emergency Mgmt
Crook Crook Co. Emergency Mgmt
Curry Curry Co. Emergency Mgmt
Deschutes Deschutes Co. Sherriff's Office
Douglas Douglas Co. Emergency Mgmt
Gilliam Gilliam Co. Emergency Mgmt
Grant Grant Co. Emergency Mgmt
Harney Harney Co. Emergency Mgmt
Hood River Hood River Co. Emergency Mgmt
Jackson Jackson Co. Emergency Mgmt
Jefferson Jefferson Co. Emergency Svcs
Josephine Josephine Co. Emergency Mgmt
Klamath Klamath Co. Emergency Mgmt
Lake Lake Co. Emergency Svcs
Lane Lane Co. Office of Emergency Mgmt
Lincoln Lincoln Co. Emergency Mgmt
Linn Linn Co. Emergency Mgmt
Malheur Malheur Co. Emergency Mgmt
Marion Marion Co. Emergency Mgmt
Morrow Morrow Co. Emergency Mgmt
Multnomah Multnomah Co. Emergency Mgmt
Polk Polk Co. Emergency Mgmt
Sherman Sherman Co. Emergency Svcs
Tillamook Tillamook Co. Emergency Mgmt
Umatilla Umatilla Co. Emergency Mgmt
Union Union Co. Emergency Mgmt
Wallowa Wallowa Co. Dept. of Emergency Svcs
Wasco Wasco Co. Emergency Mgmt
Washington Washington Co. Emergency Mgmt
Wheeler Wheeler Co. Emergency Services
Yamhill Yamhill Co. Emergency Mgmt
Tribes Burns Paiute Tribe
Tribes Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde
Tribes Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
Tribes Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians
Tribes Confederated Tribes Of The Umatilla Indian Reservation
Tribes Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
Tribes Coquille Indian Tribe
Tribes Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians
Tribes Klamath Tribes

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Be Ready. Be Set. Go! campaign poster in English  

Be Ready. Be Set. Go!

Be Ready. Be Set. Go! campaign poster in English ​

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