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Double Creek Fire

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Unit Information

1550 Dewey Ave, Suite A 
Baker City, 
Oregon 
97814 
1550 Dewey Ave, Suite A 
Baker City, 
Oregon 
97814 

Incident Contacts

  • Fire Information
    Email:
    2022.doublecreek@firenet.gov
    Phone:
    541-216-4579
    Hours:
    Daily 8 am - 8 pm
  • Fire Information
    Phone:
    541-426-5546
    Hours:
    Mon-Fri 8 am to 5pm

News

Double Creek, Sturgill, Nebo, Goat Mountain Two Fires Thursday October 6, 2022Update – 8:00 AM Northeast Oregon Type 3 TeamNOTICE: This will be the last update from the incident team. 
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Double Creek, Sturgill, Nebo, Goat Mountain Two FiresSeptember 29, 2022Daily Update – 8:00 AM Highlights: Yesterday saw an increase in fire behavior across the fires. Today crews will assess those active fire areas and resources stand ready to respond to any changes. Overnight precipitation and more moisture today should substantially reduce fire activity.
Double Creek, Sturgill, Nebo, Goat Mountain Two Fires September 28, 2022 Daily Update – 8:00 AM   Highlights: Today will be very similar to yesterday with hot, dry, and breezy conditions and lower fuel moistures with increased fire behavior where pockets of heat remain. Close monitoring of areas of concern will be conducted and resources are pre-positioned to respond quickly as conditions change.
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Double Creek, Sturgill, Nebo, Goat Mountain Two FiresSeptember 26, 2022Daily Update – 8:00 AM Highlights: Today will be hot and dry with conditions similar to mid-August as opposed to late September. High fuel moisture and lack of wind will prevent any large fire growth. Instead, any active fire will be “skunking around”. This low intensity fire acts similar to a prescribed burn, cleaning up unburned pockets of fuel resulting in a more fire-resistant landscape and a healthier forest.="line-height:>
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