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Wildfire & Smoke Conditions

Resources for Travel during the Eagle Creek Fire

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Wildfire and Smoke Conditions

Our hearts go out to our friends in the Columbia River Gorge and to all those affected by the Eagle Creek Fire. We encourage everyone to adapt travel plans as needed. Please review these resources for the most up-to-date information on current wildfire and smoke conditions:

Northwest Interagency Coordination Center — Interactive map depicting fire incidents

Oregon Department of Forestry — Current Oregon wildfire information

US Forest Service Facebook Page — Updates about the Eagle Creek Fire

TripCheck — Interactive map featuring current road conditions, closures and delays

Hood-Gorge.com — Information and resources about the Eagle Creek Fire

Friends of the Gorge — FAQ about the Eagle Creek Fire and how to help

Keep Oregon Green — Fire prevention tips

Red Cross — How to donate to relief efforts

Air Quality in the Tualatin Valley

Smoke from the Eagle Creek Fire has affected the air quality of the Tualatin Valley. Thankfully, the smoke is slowly clearing. Children, older adults, and people with heart and lung disease should take extra precautions when traveling outdoors this week. You can find more information from the Oregon Smoke Information blog and the Oregon Health Authority’s guide to wildfire smoke and your health.

Discover active indoor adventures in the Tualatin Valley, which do not skimp on fun or unique experiences. You can practice your golf swing, experience the sensation of skydiving or glide across an ice rink all from the comfort of the indoors. Additionally, cultural experiences like live theater, museums and D.I.Y. studios are great indoor activities to explore this week and always.

If you are looking for alternate lodging due to the wildfire, then there are room available at Tualatin Valley accommodations.