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News Release
Update #7 on Chehalem Mountain-Bald Peak Fire - 09/14/20

The fire is 100% contained and most residents have returned home. Though all Level 3 evacuations have been lifted, residents are encouraged to remain vigilant and prepared to leave if conditions change. Firefighters will continue to mop up hot spots throughout the week.

Residents returning home may notice smoldering stumps and vegetation. Residents are encouraged to:

  • Check ground for hot spots.
  • Check roof and landscape for any embers.
  • Check wells or pump-houses to ensure they’re in working order.
  • Contact 911 if any active fire is burning or any danger is perceived.

PGE has restored power to the area. If residents experience any power problems, they can report it to PGE by calling 503-464-7777 or going online https://new.portlandgeneral.com/outages.

Air quality remains unhealthy and people are encouraged to remain indoors. To get real time air quality information, visit www.airnow.gov .

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