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Wildfire Response and Recovery

The state of Oregon is working with federal, state and local partners to safely and efficiently remove hazard trees and debris resulting from the 2020 Oregon wildfires. The Oregon Departments of Transportation, Environmental Quality and Emergency Management are jointly leading this effort as the Debris Management Task ForceLogs from Holiday Fire

If you have questions about this process, call our Wildfire Debris Cleanup hotline: 503-934-1700. Or email questions to

For 24/7 road conditions and traffic information visit

Road Status


According to the U.S. Forest Service, a hazard tree is a tree that has a structural defect (burned, damaged or diseased) that makes it likely to fall or drop branches. 

Rock scaling, according to the Federal Highway Administration, is the process of removing loose or potentially unstable material (or a small section of slope) that might dislodge and/or fall.

Holiday fire damage

Road damage: wildfire can damage the asphalt on a road. 

It can cause cracking, potholes, melting and in very intense heat asphalt can burn. 

News and Information

For the most current information about the Debris Management Task Force and wildfire recovery visit the state wildfire page.


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