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CURRENT FIRE INFORMATION:

InciWeb:
Government Site giving updated information on major fires in our area, including large maps:

InciWeb

PACIFIC NW FIRE MAP:
PNW Fire Map

FACEBOOK PAGES:
 
These seem to contain updated information... if you know of others, let us know:
Oroville Chamber of Commerce
Okanogan County Emergency Management
Colville Tribes Emergency Services

PHONE:  

  • Okanogan County Emergency Operations Center  (509) 422-7348
  • Colville Tribal Emergency Management Center (509)-634-2105 (?)
  • Incident Management Team  (509) 850-0083

OTHER SITES:
Omak Chronicle
Northwest Interagency Coordination Center 

ROAD CONDITIONS:
Washington State Road Conditions

WEATHER:
NOAA - Oroville

DISPLACED SUPPORT CONTACTS:
Red Cross Individual Support:  (509) 670-5331
FEMA: 1-800-621-3362

AIR QUALITY INDEX:
To view the air quality index got to Washington state air quality index


Air Quality Index  Who Needs to be Concerned? What Should I Do?
0-1.66
Good
No one. It’s a great day to be active outside!
1.66 - 3.33
Moderate


Some people who may be unusually sensitive to ozone. Unusually sensitive people: Consider reducing prolonged or heavy exertion. Watch for symptoms such as coughing or shortness of breath. These are signs to take it a little easier.

Everyone else: It’s a good day to be active outside!
3.33 - 5
Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups


Sensitive groups include people with heart or lung disease, older adults, children and teenagers, and people who are active outdoors. Sensitive groups: Reduce prolonged or heavy exertion. Take more breaks, do less intense activities. Watch for symptoms such as coughing or shortness of breath. Schedule outdoor activities in the morning when ozone is lower.

People with asthma should follow their asthma action plans and keep quick relief medicine handy.
5 - 6.66
Unhealthy


Everyone Sensitive groups: Avoid prolonged or heavy outdoor exertion. Schedule outdoor activities in the morning when ozone is lower. Consider moving activities indoors. People with asthma, keep quick-relief medicine handy.

Everyone else: Reduce prolonged or heavy outdoor exertion. Take more breaks, do less intense activities. Schedule outdoor activities in the morning when ozone is lower.
6.66 - 10
Very Unhealthy Alert
Everyone Sensitive groups: Avoid all physical activity outdoors. Move activities indoors or reschedule to a time when air quality is better. People with asthma, keep quick-relief medicine handy.

Everyone else: Avoid prolonged or heavy outdoor exertion. Schedule outdoor activities in the morning when ozone is lower. Consider moving activities indoors.
10 and above
Hazardous
Everyone Everyone: Avoid all physical activity outdoors.

Sensitive groups: Remain indoors and keep activity levels low. Follow tips for keeping particle levels low indoors.

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Oroville Chamber of Commerce
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PO Box 2140
Oroville, WA 98844

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