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Most Destructive Fires
Oregon's Most Destructive Wildland/Urban Interface Fires
YearFire NameAcres
Burned
CountyStructures
Burned
Cost
1936BandonUnknownCoos484Unknown
1987Bland Mountain10,300Douglas14Unknown
1990Awbrey Hall3,400Deschutes22$2.2 million
1992Sage Flat991Deschutes5$1.2 million
1992East Evans Creek10,135Jackson4$8.2 million
1992Lone Pine30,727Klamath3$500,00
1994Hull Mountain8,000Jackson44$10 million
1996Skeleton17,700Deschutes17$2 million
2002Eyerly23,573Jefferson37$10.7 million
2002Cache Mountain4,200Deschutes2$4.3 million
2002Sheldon Ridge12,761Wasco8$3.3 million
2002Squire Peak2,804Jackson6$2 million
2002Biscuit499,965Josephine/Curry14$150 million
Sources: Forest Log, National Interagency Coordination Center situation reports
 
These pages are maintained by
Brian Ballou, Wildland-Urban Interface Specialist
Oregon Department of Forestry
bballou@odf.state.or.us
(541) 665-0662
Last updated: Nov. 16, 2004