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There are no wildfires in the city of Albany, nor is the city currently under any level of evacuation order. Smoke in the area is from fires in the region.

Please do not call 911 unless you see an active fire.

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Drinking water for Albany and Millersburg customers is not under any threat from the wildfires. The Albany-Millersburg and Vine Street water treatment plants are both operating at normal capacity and have not been affected by fire, smoke or ash.

All water reservoirs are at their operating levels and the distribution system is functioning normally. Should these conditions change, Albany-Millersburg water customers will be notified by the City of Albany through social media and our other alert platforms.

Sign up at Please do not call 911 unless you have a life threatening emergency.


Offical information sources

Beachie Creek Fire page
(to the northeast of Albany)

Holiday Farm Fire page
(to the southeast of Albany)
(statewide situation)


Now is the time to subscribe for the reverse 911 system, Linn-Benton Alert

American Red Cross Safe and Well Registry

Other official accounts and pages

Air quality


Note: These sites are experiencing a HIGH volume of traffic and may take time to load completely.




At this time, the best way to support the communities is to provide financial donations to relief organizations actively responding and that will be responding to these disasters.

For verified disaster relief organizations, please refer to Oregon Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (ORVOAD),

You can also call the Red Cross at 1-800-435-7669; o en español: 1-800-435-7669

Donations of goods to the Linn County shelter 

Donation needs change rapidly. See Linn County Wildfire Donations for current needs.

Financial donations to the Linn County shelter

Call the Linn County Fairgrounds administrative office at 541-926-4314 to donate financially.




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