Five things to know about wildfire debris cleanup this month

Are you signed up for the monthly Debris Management Task Force (DMTF) newsletters? Our monthly newsletter provides the latest information and progress updates on Oregon's wildfire cleanup effort. Updates in the March newsletter include:

  • Five things to know about wildfire debris and hazard tree removal this month

  • McKenzie School District reopens its doors

  • Task Force and FEMA partner to house more than 100 families

  • Where to turn for the latest information

  • Hear from natural resources coordinator John Raasch about protecting natural and cultural resources

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Free wildfire waste and debris removal

The State of Oregon is working with federal, state and local partners to remove hazardous waste, and ash and debris from the 2020 Oregon wildfires safely, efficiently, and as quickly as possible. The Oregon Departments of Transportation, Environmental Quality and Emergency Management are leading the effort, with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency assistance.

About the Debris Management Task Force
and debris cleanup process

Wildfire cleanup is a two-step process

The State of Oregon is working with federal, state and local partners to safely and efficiently remove hazard trees and debris resulting from the wildfires that devastated Oregon in late summer 2020. The Oregon Departments of Transportation, Environmental Quality and Emergency Management are jointly leading this effort as the Debris Management Task Force.

For general questions, contact the debris cleanup hotline at 503-934-1700 or email: odot.wildfire@odot.state.or.us.

For questions about contracting opportunities, contact Feather Sams Huesties at feather.sams-huesties@odot.state.or.us.


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