Wildfire update as of 10 a.m. Monday, November 21, 2022
This is the final wildfire update unless there are significant changes.
1. 98 Delta — Approximately 250 acres. The fire stayed within the current footprint. Crews are working on completing fire lines and doing mop up. It is anticipated that the land will be turned back to landowner by end of shift Tuesday, November 22.
2. Park Fire — Approximately 110 acres. The fire is holding within current footprint and the landowner is monitoring.
3. Tillamook Head/Square Creek Fire — Approximately 80 acres. Rural fire departments and the landowner is holding the fire within current footprint. The landowner is monitoring the incident.
4. Green Gold — Approximately 30 acres. The landowner is controlling the fire and holding it within the current footprint. The area will be monitored and patrolled as needed.
5. Middle Mabel -Turned back over to landowner as of 6 a.m. this morning.
1. The winds have died down significantly. They are at 0-5 miles an hour out of the east/northeast with an expected wind shift to southwest this afternoon.
2. The level 3 evacuations issued for four (4) on Saddle Mountain Road were lifted yesterday.
3. The Saddle Mountain County Road will remain closed to the public at the intersection of Wawa Mainline road.
The Type 3 Incident Management Team remains in place for 98 Delta. The Oregon Dept. of Forestry, rural fire departments and landowner are all working well together, doing an excellent job and making great progress.
Neal Bond, Incident Commander for the 98 Delta fire said, “Thank you for all the help that we have received. It is much appreciated.”
For more information visit https://bit.ly/NovClatsopWildfires or https://www.oregon.gov/odf/fire/pages/firestats.aspx.