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News Release
Cedar Creek Fire Evacuation Level Increases - 09/09/22

Extremely hazardous fire weather conditions and increased fire activity have prompted another increase in evacuation levels for areas around the Cedar Creek Fire. In addition to all previously issued evacuation notices remaining in effect, the Lane County Sheriff’s Office has issued the following evacuation level increases:


  • High Prairie area – This is includes all of High Prairie Rd., Brock Rd., Bar BL Ranch Rd., Nubian Way, Mountain View Rd., and Huckleberry Ln. 

Level 2 means: You must prepare to leave at a moment’s notice, and this may be the only notice that you receive to evacuate as needed.

Officials are asking residents to keep cell phones and any other devices used to receive emergency alerts charged.  Residents should also make sure that they have adequate fuel to evacuate.


Public safety personnel cannot guarantee they will be able to notify you if conditions rapidly deteriorate. Continue to closely monitor your phone, local media and for information.

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