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Safely Disposing of Fire Debris

Safely Disposing of Fire Debris

https://roguedisposal.com/index.php?p=resources/education/environment/safely-disposing-of-fire-debris Fire Debris Disposal FireChemicalCleanUp-DEQGuidance

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Paint Recycling Drop-Off Event for Households and Businesses

Paint Recycling Drop-Off Event for Households and Businesses

https://www.paintcare.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/or-flyer-event-ShadyCove-101020.pdf PLEASE VISIT www.paintcare.org or call (855)PAINT09 before attending the event to confirm appointment and event status.  

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Fire Weather Warning

Shady Cove Back to Level 1!

Per Fire District 4 Chief Winfrey, Shady Cove is now back at Level 1 evacuation. We gratefully acknowledge the fire crews and law enforcement personnel who kept us safe!

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New Round of Jackson County Grant Funds, SOREDI Here t

New Round of Grant Funds, SOREDI Here to Help

A representative from SOREDI will be at City Hall on 9/29 from 11 AM until approximately 2 PM to assist businesses with their potential grants. Please call 541-878-3757 to schedule an appointment now. If a business has received  EIDL or PPP, you can still apply.  They will just deduct the amount they have already received. Apply for a COVID Grant  

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IRS provides tax relief for victims of Oregon wildfires

IRS Provides Tax Relief for Victims of Oregon Wildfires

IRS provides tax relief for victims of Oregon wildfires

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The City Given a Limited Amount of KN-95 Masks by Pacific Power

The City Given a Limited Amount of KN-95 Masks by Pacific Power

Pacific Power has given the City of Shady Cove a limited number of KN-95 masks for smoke, NOT to be used for Covid-19 protection. Please stop by City Hall and request a mask if you need it for this smoky air. Thank you Pacific Power and Christina Kruger, our favorite PP person! https://www.pacificpower.net/

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2019 Leaf Drop Off!

Leaf Drop Off 2020

Leaf Drop Off Flyer 2020

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How to Apply for Disaster Aid Due to Wildfires

How to Apply for Disaster Aid Due to Wildfires

How to apply for disaster aid due to wildfires If you experienced uninsured losses or damage due to wildfires, you may qualify for disaster aid. Federal funds are available to help eligible individuals recover from wildfire in Clackamas, Douglas, Jackson, Klamath, Lane, Lincoln, Linn and Marion Counties. Oregon received federal emergency aid to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in areas wildfires and straight-line winds affected beginning on Sept. 7, 2020. “Oregon is resilient, but to fight fires on this scale, we need all the help we can get,” said Governor Kate Brown. “I am grateful for the White...

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Free Masks and Gloves for Small Businesses

Free Masks and Gloves for Small Businesses

News: Governor Brown Announces Free Masks and Gloves for Small Businesses  

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Fire Weather Warning

Emergency Fire Response Links

Sign Up for Emergency Alerts with Jackson County NOW! Red Cross Assistance in Oregon Jackson County Emergency Management Disaster Assistance from FEMA Tracking Missing Pets and Livestock

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ODF explanation of map

Update – Wednesday, 9/16

September 16 Fire Statement –   According to today’s incident information, the South ObenchainFire has affected 32,814 acres and is 25% contained.  Mop up and additional containment efforts continue and yesterday (Tuesday), the smoke cleared enough for air support to resume.   Unlike previous years, group update meetings could not be held in our community so we have had to rely more on the internet for our information.  Facebook has a good page that has been updated every evening – South Obenchain Fire Information is updated by the NW Incident Management Team and the Oregon Fire Marshall Incident Management Team....

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Southern Oregon Sanitation Update

Southern Oregon Sanitation Update

FROM SOS – Tomorrow (Friday, 9/18), we will be getting the Shady Cove/Trail/Prospect areas that we were unable to get late last week and earlier this week, this service will most likely spill over into Saturday to get everyone with our internal procedures listed below.  We will still be unable to get Butte Falls Hwy, the Town of Butte Falls, and some rural areas NE of Eagle Point. UPDATED INFO –   Our routes are restricted today in the Shady Cove and Hwy 62 areas north of the Evacuation areas.  I have attached the internal policy that we have been...

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