Umpqua North Complex Announcement

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Umpqua North Complex Announcement

All Evacuation Levels Dropped for Umpqua North Fires

Incident: Umpqua North Complex Wildfire
Released: 9/19/2017

All Evacuation Levels Dropped for Umpqua North Fires - 09/19/17

Effective Tuesday, September 19, 2017, at noon, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office and Fire Managers will lift all evacuations related to the Umpqua North Fires.

Residents living in the Dry Creek/Illahee area (Hwy 138 E, milepost 46.5 to 49.5), Slide Creek area (Hwy 138 E, milepost 53 to 56), Toketee Village (Hwy 138 E, milepost 56 to 58.5) and Toketee Ranger Station (Hwy 138 E, milepost 58.5 to 61) were previously under a Level 1 or "Be Ready" Evacuation notice.

The lifting of this notice means no homes are currently being threatened by any of the fires in the Umpqua North Complex.

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office and our firefighting partners ask that all residents have an emergency plan and live in a state of preparedness for when disasters may strike. You may find resources at www.dcso.com/preparedness_N.asp or www.ready.gov

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