Current Fire Information

Current Fire Restrictions

 

Mt. Hood National Forest Industrial Fire Precaution Units 1 and 4 will return to an IFPL I on Saturday, September 14.  This will put all Industrial Fire Precaution Units on the Mt Hood National Forest at an IFPL I.  Additionally, Forest Order MH-2013-8 limiting off-road vehicle use, use of internal combustion engines not covered under IFPL, smoking, and campfires in the area north of Hwy 26 and east of Hwy 35 is now rescinded.

Columbia Cascade Communication Center Information

For current fire incident information, IFPL and Fire Danger by zone, and more visit the Columbia Cascade Communication Center (WA-CCC) pages.

Columbia Cascade Communication Center (WA-CCC) provides dispatching and logistical support for emergency management on lands administered by the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Gifford Pinchot, and Mt. Hood National Forests

 Map showing fire regions

Industrial Fire Precaution Level

Public phone number for Current Industrial Fire Precaution Level (IFPL) Information: Mt. Hood NF: (503) 668 1650.

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Industrial Fire Precaution Level (IFPL)/Fire Danger Ratings by Zone

Forest

 

Protection Unit

 

    (IFPL)      

What are IFPLS?

Fire Danger Rating

What are Fire Danger Ratings?

Mt. Hood

1

 Barlow Ranger District

and

 Hood River Ranger District-EAST of Highways 26 & 35

I

LOW

Mt. Hood

2

Clackamas River and Zig Zig Ranger Districts

I

LOW

 

Mt. Hood

3

Bull Run Watershed

I

LOW

Mt. Hood

4

Hood River Ranger District-WEST of Highway 35

I

LOW

Gifford Pinchot

659S

Cowlitz Valley Ranger District

I

LOW

Gifford Pinchot

660

St. Helen and Mt. Adams Ranger Districts

I

LOW

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

N/A

LOW