Alerts & Notices

Important message on our COVID-19 response

The Umpqua National Forest has temporarily closed developed recreation sites across the forest. Undeveloped forest lands and trails remain open. For a definition of Developed Recreation please follow this link: https://bit.ly/2yjRRBl. Dispersed camping is still allowed.

Our staff is aligning our operations to support state Governor executive orders for residents to stay home and stay safe. Our mission-critical work, such as suppressing wildfires, Forest Law Enforce activities and other public service responsibilities, continue uninterrupted. We are following USDA, CDC, state, county and local guidance and orders to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).


Blue-Green Algae Health Concerns

Blue-Green Algae Information and Conditions in Diamond Lake, Fish Lake (Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness), and Lemolo Lake

Weather

Fire

If you discover a fire in the forest, including an unattended campfire, please call 911 as soon as possible.

Road Updates

Alert Notice!  Some trails and spur roads on the Tiller Ranger District are in bad condition with trees downed by winter storms.  Driving roads and hiking trails may be difficult until summer 2016 when the snow melts and crews can clear obstacles. Please call the ranger station at (541) 825-3100 for current conditions.

Know before you go - links from Oregon Department of Transportation

Oregon State SnoParks

Flood Information

Map of flood and high flow conditions for Oregon

Oregon streamflow data from USGS (Complete state-wide list)

Alerts


  • How the forest is dealing with COVID-19

Public Notices

Forest Order UMP 06-15-00-20-415 Dated 05/26/2020

Developed Recreation Site Closures and Umpqua Hot Springs Trail #1444 Closure

Regional Office Closure 06-00-00-20-01 Dated 03/27/2020

Closure of Developed Recreation Sites


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https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/umpqua/alerts-notices