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Fire District 4 September Report

September 2020 Monthly Report[35816]

HERO CELEBRATION It was a great day!

Fire Season Ended on 11/6/20, however, fire prevention continues

ODF SWO Fire season ends 2020 Press Release Greg Winfrey, Fire Chief Jackson County Fire District 4 November 6, 2020 Oregon Department of Forestry                                                            FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Southwest Oregon...

After the Fire, FEMA, DEQ, ODOT, Rogue Disposal Info

Latest info from FEMA - NR DR-4562-OR 24 External Outreach Site in Jackson County to Close, Help Still Available FS DR-4562-OR 30 Frequently Asked Questions FEMA Direct Temporary Housing in...

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Jackson County Alert System

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Fire Danger

When FIRE SEASON​ goes into effect, some activities in the great outdoors are prone to start fires. The Oregon Department of Forestry and partners impose restrictions pertaining to public and work related activities.

Sheriff's Office

Currently, three full-time Jackson County Sheriff Office patrol deputies provide service for the 3000 residents of the city, seven days a week.

Rogue River Recreation

Welcome to Southern Oregon and the ROGUE RIVER!

Air Quality Index

Air Quality Index
25
Good
Last Update: 11/29/2020 7:00 am

The AQI is divided into color-coded categories. Each category conveys information to the public about how air quality relates to public health.

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