Lincoln County Resources
- Wildfire Call Center – 541-265-0621, email@example.com
- Echo Mountain Fire – Important Contacts
- Lincoln County Utilities
- North Lincoln Rebuilds
- Recovery Checklist (English)
- Recovery Checklist (Spanish)
Laundry service for those affected by the disaster is being offered by a group of volunteers headed up by Dayna Plummer, 503-995-8287. Laundry can be dropped off at the Lincoln City Community Center by 4pm each day. You can either bring it in your own laundry bag or pick up a bag at the Community Center (donated by Ace Hardware). Put your name, current address, and phone number on a tag (provided), and Dayna will deliver it to you when it’s done, usually the next day. Please, no large blankets or items with urine on them.
- Wildfire Insurance Resoources
- Frequently Asked Questions for Tenants After the Oregon Wildfires
- Preguntas frecuentes para los inquilinos después de los incendios forestales en Oregón
- Frequently Asked Public Benefits Questions for People Affected by Oregon Wildfires
- Preguntas frecuentes sobre beneficios públicos para las Personas Afectadas por los Incendios Forestales en Oregon
Major disaster declared for Oregon
The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Tuesday that President Donald Trump approved a major disaster declaration for Oregon due to damage incurred from wildfires and straight-line winds since Sept. 7. The declaration paves the way for federal funding to assist individuals in affected areas, including Lincoln County.
FEMA is now located at the Lincoln City Community Center. 2150 NE Oar Pl, Lincoln City
Individuals and business owners who sustained losses in the designated area can begin applying for assistance by registering online at www.DisasterAssistance.gov or by calling 1-800-621-3362 or 1-800-462-7585
- Hub for resources from Oregon State government
- Vital Records/Identification Replacements at no cost. State Vital Records website: http://ow.ly/Kf4P50BrVfW
- For emergencies contact 911 or to report a missing person due to wildfire. Do not contact 911 for non-emergencies or to report smoke. 911 Twitter Feed.
- 211info contact center staff are able to assist callers, who are unable to register themselves, sign up for the Red Cross Safe & Well Registry. Community members who need assistance signing up can contact 211. During times of disaster, there may be long wait times.
- CALL: 211 or 1-866-698-6155 (Free language interpreters available by phone; Phone hours: 24/7)
- TTY: dial 711 and call 1-866-698-6155
- TEXT: your zip code to 898211 (TXT211) (text available English and Spanish; Text hours: 9am-5pm)
- EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org (email available in English, Spanish, and Mandarin)