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Archie Creek Fire

Unit Information

Roseburg District
Bureau of Land Management
Oregon
OR

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Incident Contacts

Mark Turney
Email: Mark.Turney@usda.gov
Phone: 541-530-0173
Hours: 8 AM - 4:30 PM M-F

Kyle Reed
Phone: 541-817-7186

Cheyne Rossbach
Email: crossbac@blm.gov
Phone: 541-579-0648

Highlighted Activity

11/16/2020 Archie Creek Fire 100 Percent Contained
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 11/16/20 Archie Creek Fire 100 Percent Contained   ROSEBURG, OR – The Roseburg District, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Umpqua National Forest are declaring that.
News - 11/16/2020
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The Archie Creek Fire is located east of Roseburg in the North Umpqua corridor on state, private and federal land.   
The Thielsen Fire is located on the Umpqua National Forest near Diamond Lake. There will be continue to be some smoke visible from smoldering stumps and logs within the fire perimeter until these are extinguished by winter rains. 
 
Motorists are advised to monitor https://www.tripcheck.com/ for updates on the highway closure.
 
For information on area closures on BLM managed lands and the Umpqua National Forest, click on the Closure tab at the top of the page.

Basic Information

Current as of
Incident TypeWildfire
CauseUnder Investigation
Date of OriginTuesday September 08th, 2020 approx. 07:37 AM
LocationSteamboat Springs on Hwy 138E to Glide, Oregon
Incident CommanderRoseburg District BLM, Umpqua National Forest, DFPA
Coordinates43.334 latitude, -122.788 longitude

Current Situation

Total Personnel146
Size131,542 Acres
Percent of Perimeter Contained100%
Estimated Containment DateSaturday October 31st, 2020 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved

Timber (Litter and Understory)

Brush (2 feet)

Narrative:

Timber (litter & understory): Heavy mixed conifer overstory, moderate to heavy levels of down woody fuels and jackpot fuels, organic soils 2-8 inches deep.

Grass/Shrub: Unsheltered planted conifer regeneration 2-6 feet with grass and shrub understory.

Significant Events

Minimal

Smoldering

Outlook

Planned Actions

Archie Creek Fire:

Remarks

NW IMT #12 (Type 2) turned the incident over to local district management Type 4 on Sunday, 10/18 at 1800.