Location: Tumalo Reservoir Area, west of Bend, OR
Date: June 10, 2014 at 8:10 p.m.
By Captain Shane Nelson, 541-617-3386
Deschutes County I. T. has produced a link to a map that shows the current Evacuation Notice Levels, Interactive Map: https://maps.deschutes.org/custom/simple/index.html
*This map will be updated with any change in Evacuation Notice Levels.
After meeting with Two Bulls Fire Officials this evening, the Sheriff’s Office lowered the Skyliners Road Evacuation Notice toLevel II effective at 8:00 p.m. The Sheriff’s Office WILL ONLY ALLOW RESIDENTS IN THIS AREA.
Residents returning to their homes should be aware of any additional fire activity. Residents should be cautious if they return home as there is only one main exit out of the Skyliners Road residential area.
There are no Level III Evacuation Notices in effect.
Level I Evacuation Notices are in effect for:
· The Saddleback Subdivision area to include some evacuated homes on Johnson Road, Tyler Road and Kuhlman Road.
· The area located south of Shevlin Park Road, west of Mt. Washington Drive, and north of Century Drive.
· The remainder of Northwest Crossing (east of Mt. Washington Drive), and the area that includes residents north of Shevlin Park and west of Mt. Washington Drive.
Sheriff’s Office units are patrolling the areas affected by the Evacuation Notices. There will be additional Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement patrols working this week and through the weekend.
The Multi-Agency Investigation Team wants any information citizens can provide. Please call with any information about activity, individuals, or vehicles seen on Cascade Timberlands property in the days leading up to the fire.
Taylor Northwest contributed $2500 to the existing reward, making the reward total $4500 to anyone with information that leads to a successful conviction. Anyone with information that could help identify the suspects is asked to contact the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-877-876-8477 (TIPS).
If Citizens see suspicious activity or something that doesn’t look right, we encourage them to report it to Deschutes County 9-1-1.
Your Sheriff’s Office reminds everyone to Take Care…..Be Aware.
FIRE INFO LINE/THE JOINT INFORMATION CENTER: 541-550-4888 (9 a.m. – 9 p.m.)
For SHERIFF’S OFFICE FIRE INFORMATION call 541-550-4850