Lane County Wildfire Information and Relief

We are directing all donations to the United Way of Lane County’s Wildfire Response Fund at this time. 

As fires continue to burn in the McKenzie Valley and elsewhere in Lane County, we are only beginning to understand the devastation. Though concerned about the damage to the forest and impacts to the river, we know they will recover with time. Members of the communities of Blue River, Vida, and neighboring areas urgently need your help now. You can make an immediate difference by giving generously to United Way of Lane County’s Wildfire Response Fund.
Today, United Way launched this Wildfire Response Fund focused on supporting nonprofits and community organizations that are assisting community members who have experienced the loss of a home or business, or are otherwise impacted as a result of Lane County wildfires. Funds raised will support nonprofit agencies in Lane County working directly to meet the needs of families and individuals affected by the fire. Now is the time for all of us to come together. Please give and share this link:

Nonprofits and community organizations can apply for funding through this link:

Volunteer Your Time

We know that you want to give back to the community. McKenzie River Trust’s volunteer page offers multiple avenues for you to support community response efforts and we hope you will join us in supporting our friends and neighbors in need. 



Community Resources

For up to date information about donations of food and supplies, please visit White Bird Clinic’s website

Roosevelt Wildfire Relief Site Those under active evacuation orders can receive goods including clothing, water, hygiene items, pet food and supplies, and more from 9am-7pm through Friday, September 25th at 2699 Roosevelt Avenue. This site is managed by Lane County Emergency Operations. 


Stay Informed, Stay Safe

We’re relying on these resources for updated information on the fire and community safety.

Sign-up for local emergency notifications:

Lane COAD has updates and resources for recovery and relief:

EWEB water safety and other updates:

Inciweb Holiday Farm Fire webpage

Lane County – Evacuation Notices and other fire resources:

Safe and Well check-in: Are you affected by the McKenzie Fire? Consider using the American Red Cross’s Safe and Well website to let family and friends know your status and location:

For a list of information about fire updates across the state from the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts click here.

Map of Fire Status from ArcGIS