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Oregon has disasters, small and large. These events have
resulted in loss of homes and businesses, changes in the environment and
increased mitigation efforts. Disaster response always starts at the local
level, with city, county or tribal jurisdictions having the responsibility to
respond to the needs in their communities. At the point that the damage has
reached a severity level that the local jurisdictions cannot support, disaster declarations
and requests for assistance come to the state.
Declarations can be made at the local, state or federal level. Visit FEMA’s
disaster declaration page for information about disasters in Oregon that reached
the federal level of assistance.
These are local disasters that did not reach the level of a Federal declaration. The list below highlights after action reports (lessons learned) from these events.
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