2017 Solar Eclipse

News Updates:
Call Center Number 541-523-0014

8/19/17 1:30 PM: A haystack caught fire at 1:30 P.M. approximately 5 miles NW of Haines, no structures were threatened and resources were on scene. 

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Wildfire Risk: The Malheur, Umatilla and Wallowa-Whitman National Forests are now at the peak of fire season. The fire danger rating is EXTREME across the three forests and Public Use Restrictions ban of campfires and chainsaw use are in effect. Forest officials ask the public to obey campfire restrictions and forest rules, avoid parking on or driving on dry grass, and be sure there are no chains dragging from vehicles. While this is a celebratory event, visitors must leave all fireworks at home if they are visiting public lands, because it is illegal to discharge or even possess fireworks on public lands. 
Most remote areas have limited services, facilities and wireless coverage. Please plan ahead and contact one of the national forest offices to make sure you have the latest information, know the regulations, and come prepared with the right supplies before heading into the forest. Office hours may vary by forest leading up to, and during the solar eclipse.