Fire Report - 10/26/2022 -
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Significant fires with high activity levels in Oregon and Northern California from Redding on up will be reported on and updated daily. Significant fires are those of 100 acres or more in timber, or 300 acres or more in grass.
This page will be updated only when and if there is a significant fire that may be of concern. We do not report on fires that are in mop up mode and not considered a threat any longer.
FIRE SEASON 2022 IS IN EFFECT FOR ALL OF OREGON ON LANDS PROTECTED BY OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY, AND AFFILIATED AGENCIES LIKE THE COOS FOREST PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, AND THE DOUGLAS FOREST PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. FIRE SEASON IS ALSO OFFICIALLY ON FOR LANDS OWNED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN ALL PARTS OF OREGON. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Significant fire activity to report in Oregon -
NO significant activity to report. None is expected. Fire season will be over statewide in Oregon as of 12:01 am Saturday morning.
In central and southern Oregon, fire season is still on only in Curry County for lands protected by Coos Forest Protective Association.
Significant fire activity to report in Northern California in Shasta, Trinity Humboldt, Del Norte, Lassen, Siskiyou, and Modoc Counties -
NO significant activity to report in our coverage area. None is expected.
Fire season will be over in Siskiyou County at 6 am Tuesday November 1st. It will be coming to close very soon after in other counties and districts in Northern California following that.
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