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Flash Alerts
September 18th, 2017
UPDATE: Hood River Evacuation Notice—Sept. 18th, 2017
HOOD RIVER, Ore. -- Based on the current weather patterns and the corresponding changes in fire
September 15th, 2017
UPDATE: Eagle Creek Fire
There are no changes to evacuation levels this morning. The Red Cross has a shelter set up at
September 14th, 2017
UPDATE: Hood River County Evacuation Updates—September 14th, 2017
HOOD RIVER, Ore. - After careful consideration by fire incident commanders and the Hood River
September 13th, 2017
Eagle Creek Fire Daily Update for September 13th
Hood River County Sheriff's Office
Joint Information Center

Daily Update
September 13th, 2017
ACTUALIZACI?"N: Cambio de Evacuación del Condado de Hood River—13 de septiembre 2017
HOOD RIVER, Ore. -- Después de una cuidadosa consideración por los comandantes de incidentes
September 13th, 2017
UPDATE: Hood River County Evacuation Change—Sept. 13th, 2017
HOOD RIVER, Ore. -- After careful consideration by fire incident commanders and the Hood River
September 12th, 2017
#EagleCreekFire Actualización Diaria Para el 12 de Septiembre (Spanish Version)
Oficina del Sheriff del Condado de Hood River
Centro Conjunto de Información
September 12th, 2017
#EagleCreekFire Daily Update for September 12th
Hood River County Sheriff's Office
Joint Information Center

Daily Update
September 8th, 2017
UPDATE: Eagle Creek Fire Evacuation Level Changes
Sept. 8, 2017

HOOD RIVER, Ore. -- Due to increased fire activity on the east end of
September 7th, 2017
UPDATE: Eagle Creek Fire
HOOD RIVER, Ore. -- The Hood River County area continues to remain vigilant due to fire

Flash Alert

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  • @HRSO

    Hood River Sheriff
    5 days ago
    @HRSO

    Hood River County Evacuation Downgrades #eaglecreekfire https://t.co/EMv7Azk4Au https://t.co/l0ZdwquKhJ
    Hood River Sheriff
    7 days ago
    @HRSO

    From Government Island in Cascade Locks. #eaglecreekfire https://t.co/Kyccvd1zCS
  • @HRCEmergencyMgt

    HOOD RIVER COUNTY EM
    9 days ago
    @HRCEmergencyMgt

    ODOT: PDX, Mt. Hood: The westbound lanes of Interstate 84 re-opened to all travelers just before (cont) https://t.co/FHFIKa0YHD
    HOOD RIVER COUNTY EM
    20 days ago
    @HRCEmergencyMgt

    https://t.co/211uhwuAbe


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    "911, where is your emergency?" "I'd like to report a forest fire." I'm going to go ahead and stop you right there, unless you have a burning (too soon?) desire to experience the exceptionally sharp wit of one of our dispatchers. As we move back into some dry weather, be aware that the #eaglecreekfire is likely going to start producing some significant smoke again. Many of you may have refrained from traveling to Portland since 84 got closed, so you may not have seen any of the affected areas up close. With 84 eastbound now open, seeing some smoke near the freeway may spark an understandable flicker of fear, igniting a desire to call and let us know about it. In order to ease your mind, perhaps take a look at the fire map at http://bit.ly/2hqVRE1 before your trip, and know that there will continue to be visible smoke within this perimeter. If you see something that is clearly well outside this perimeter, then we would certainly be interested to know about it. There are still fire teams assigned, and they will continue to keep a close watch. Stay safe out there. JI
    September 24, 2017
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