Wildfires and Smoke Can Affect All Oregonians

and smoke can affect all Oregonians, no matter where you live. Rapidly changing
weather patterns, like high winds, can have wide ranging and unpredictable
impacts on wildfires. Whether you are staying home or travelling, it’s
important to know how to keep you and your loved ones safe.

ensure all Oregonians remain safe during wildfire season, we urge everyone to
stay tuned into these communications channels and follow all official safety guidelines
related to air quality and recreation:

Interagency Coordination Center
: During fire season, this web based
interactive map is updated daily with current fire perimeters and
locations. This website acts as the wildfire resource coordination center
for Bureau of Land Management, US Forest Service, Oregon Dept of Forestry, US
Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Washington Dept. of
Natural Resources and the National Park Service.

InciWeb the Incident Information System: The federal interagency all-risk incident information
management system provides an interactive map with real time location
information on wildfires.

Oregon Department of Forestry Wildfire News:
The official wildfire news blog for the Oregon Department of Forestry. Look
here for all wildfire news related to state forest lands.

Keep Oregon Green: A partnership comprised
of statewide and interagency groups working together to promote awareness of
the risk and causes of wildfires and how to be prepared in case of a wildfire

Wildfire Map
: A project managed by OregonLive that incorporates data from
InciWeb, National Interagency Fire Center, Northwest Interagency Coordination
Center, Oregon Office of Emergency Management, NOAA into an easy to use map

Department of Environmental Quality – Air Quality Monitoring Data
: A real
time map and cell phone application you can use to track air quality, including
wildfire smoke impacts, across the state. Check your app store for OregonAir.

Purple Air: Air Quality Map System: Real time air quality information using crowdsourced data and data from EPA air sensors.

NOAA High Resolution Rapid Refresh Data Visualization: The High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency(NOAA) is an experimental data visualization tool for wildfire smoke. Be sure to turn on the “Vertically Integrated Smoke” layer to see smoke paths.

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