BOB WILLIAMS/FOR THE CHRONICLE
This is a compilation of regularly updated, free Chronicle news coverage surrounding the McKenzie fires and available resources collected from verified sources. If you have resource information to add, please email [email protected] Stay safe.
Chronicle News Coverage:
This page offers information on wildfires in certain areas, and resources for air quality, road closures, forest closures, power outages, and how to help.
This website offers official fire alerts and resources, what to do if you’re impacted, and what to do to help.
Here you will find an active large fires map, current and historical fire information.
An active fire and smoke map updated hourly based on input from incident intelligence sources, GPS data, infrared (IR) imagery from fixed wing and satellite platforms.
A map that provides fire overview, air quality checks, ODF fire potential, acres burned, and more.
Daily updates on the Holiday Farm fire.
Evacuation notices can be found here, and you can enter your email to find out if you are receiving evacuation notifications. See also for: shelter information, road and other closures, weather information, fire information and more.
Pet/Livestock resources offered on the Lane County website:
Lane County Events Center
Offering space for livestock, large and small.
796 W. 13th, Eugene
Contact LEC at 541-221-8405 to confirm space availability.
Oregon Horse Center
Offering boarding options for horses.
Call 541-998-3353 to confirm space availability.
Greenhill Humane Society
Offering boarding options for small animals and domestic animal inquiries in regard to the McKenzie Fire.
Call 541-689-1503 for further information.
Eugene Livestock Auction
Available to assist with hauling and transporting.
Call 541-998-3353 to inquire.
Has trailers available for moving large animals.
Contact Matt 541-508-9772
Akins Trailer Sales
Offering trailers for evacuation.
Contact Thad 541-335-9663
Lane County McKenzie/Holiday Farm Fire inquiries:
541-682-3977 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Our offices are open to those without power who may need to use the internet, power or computer access to connect with family or resources.
SPRINGFIELD OFFICE: 655 A St., Suite C
CRESWELL OFFICE: 34 W. Oregon Ave.
Donations were being accepted at the CG Community Center for those displaced by the wildfires in the area. On Saturday and Sunday, since the Community Center will be closed, the donations will be accepted at the Masonic Lodge at 33322 Row River Road. All items donated will be transported to evacuees by members of the Cottage Grove Police Department. Beginning Monday, donations will again be accepted at the Community Center. Please call ahead to arrange a time to drop off the donations.
The Springfield Chamber of Commerce website has a resource page offering ‘Official Fire Alerts And Resources,’ ‘What To Do If You’re Impacted’ and donations under ‘What To Do To Help.’