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Otis resident Carole Gold lost her home to the Echo Mountain Wildfire. Her and many others were at Newport Recreation Center Friday to get desperately needed services from the American Red Cross and other agencies.

Carole Gold

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Evacuation Shelters
A primary evacuation point is at Newport Recreation Center in Newport. The OCCC Evacuation point has been moved to the Newport Rec Center. 225 SE Avery St, Newport, OR 97365

Transfer to other evacuation shelters will be managed from this location by the American Red Cross. Contact the Red Cross at 888-680-1455 or website: https://www.redcross.org/get-help.html

Toledo – Evacuation Sites – Information

RVs (trailers and truck campers also) at TJSHS:
Coordinator – Deanne Barnhart (541) 961-0438
Tent and outdoor camping at Memorial Field – Under City Supervision
Indoor Facility Needs – call for details
Church Coordinator: Tom Morris 541-290-9318

Additional unofficial and emerging evacuation sites have been set up by various cities and churches. List will be posted online when updated.

Barnyard Animals – Livestock County Commons – 633 NE 3rd St, Newport, OR 97365. The Lincoln Commons is available 24/hours with pens, buckets, water and hay for livestock. Users of the facility must be prepared to care for their animals. Users must register and check in with a volunteer during the day and during their stay at the Commons.

Companion Animal Supplies – Dogs, Cats and Pets
If you have evacuated with companion pets and need supplies. There are companion animal supplies available at Animal Shelters entrance at 510 NE Harney street.

Lost pets/animals left in the evacuation area, the best thing to do is direct them to our lost/found page:

https://www.co.lincoln.or.us/animalshelter/page/lost-and-found

Volunteer Inquiries – under development. Details coming soon. Thank you to those reaching out.

Road Information and Closures

www.tripcheck.com

Lincoln County website for fire information and updates
https://www.co.lincoln.or.us/EchoMountainFire

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