Oregon Smoke Information

Map Notes:

The map above shows active fires and air quality monitors around the state. Round icons represent permanent air quality monitors, triangular icons represent temporary smoke monitors (when deployed).

Monday, June 24, 2019

Local resources for wildfire season

Looking for local resources for wildfire season? Check out the local contacts tab above. There you'll find links to county health departments, cleaner air shelters and more. We'll update the information throughout the season particularly as cleaner air shelters are announced. See something we should add? Feel free to comment below.

Remember to check local air conditions where you are. Bookmark the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality's Air Quality Index to view current conditions at air quality monitors around the state. Or download their OregonAIR smartphone app.

You can also see permanent and temporary air quality monitors on the map above. If you're in Lane County, check out air quality conditions on Lane Regional Air Protection Agency's website.

And if you're traveling, bookmark EPA's AirNow site to view conditions across the country