California Wildfires

American Red Cross Emergency Shelter

The American Red Cross is providing Emergency Shelters for individuals and families impacted by the Wildfires. Visit their website to find a location near you.

Everyone is welcome at a Red Cross shelter. The Red Cross does not discriminate based on nationality, race, religious beliefs, class, disability, political opinions, sexual orientation, or gender identity. If you need to leave your home due to a disaster or emergency, you are welcome to come to a Red Cross shelter.

FEMA Disaster Assistance

If you are a disaster survivor, you may qualify for federal assistance.

FEMA Disaster Assistance can help support your recovery from a major disaster. If you’re ready to apply now for disaster assistance, or would like more information on the types of assistance available, please visit You can also call the FEMA Disaster Assistance Helpline at 1-800-621-3362.

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army has deployed multiple teams to provide meal services at evacuation centers due to the large wildfires in Napa and Sonoma county. Visit their website to find the nearest feeding center.

At each location, Officers and volunteer staff are also available to provide emotional and spiritual care.

Wildfire Response Resources

The State of California has collected resources for Californians impacted by wildfires. If you are affected by the fire, you can search for shelter, transportation impacts, air quality resources and other government and nonprofit resources.

Oregon Wildfires

Wildfire Evacuation Zones

This Wildfire Evacuation Zones map is updated as soon as information is received from fire authorities.

Evacuation Check-In Sites

If you have had to evacuate, you can visit one of the check-in sites listed.

Mckenzie / Holiday Farm Fire Information

For information on evacuation, shelters, pet & animal resources, road closures and utilities.

Jackson County Evacuation Map and Zones

Interactive map of Jackson County evacuation zones.

Wildfire Call Center

Citizens and visitors should call (541) 474-5305 with any questions or concerns about evacuations, road closures or other effects of wildfires.

Fire Damage and Recovery

Deputies will begin offering status checks on properties in the area that remains closed to the Echo Mountain Complex Fire.

Linn County Fire Evacuation Status

We have set up a non-emergency line for wildfire related questions for those unable to access the internet at 541-812-2260.

Deschutes County Evacuation Guide

Non-Emergent 911 Dispatch Number: 541-693-6911 (please call in the case of large wildfires)

Rental and Housing Assistance

If your primary residence has been damaged due to wildfires, you may apply for up to $7,000 in assistance to repair your home.

VCA Animal Hospitals

VCA Animal Hospitals is offering free boarding assistance for pets that have been displaced by the large wildfires burning across the state of Oregon. Boarding assistance is offered on a space-available basis to pet owners in the following hospitals. Families are encouraged to call ahead to ensure space is available.

Suggest a Resource

We are compiling emergency resources state by state for the 2020 west coast wild fires. We are gathering information and resources as it becomes available to us, so please continue to check back as needed. If you have a resource that we haven’t listed here, please send us the details and we will get it posted as soon as we verify that it’s applicable. Stay safe everyone.