Wildfire Update

Wildfire debris removal services offered for FREE! Deadline to sign up is Oct. 16, 2020 from Lane County

More information: http://www.lanecounty.org/mckenziefire (Holiday Farm Fire) and https://wildfire.oregon.gov/cleanup

Cleanup & Debris Management

Lane County and its state and federal partners encourage residents who are cleaning up burnt structures to WAIT.
Property owners can OPT IN for hazardous waste removal services and debris removal services at no cost to them (insurance may be billed if applicable).FEMA and the State of Oregon have reached an agreement that will allow property owners to opt in to have Environmental Protection Agency crews remove household hazardous waste from fire-affected properties at no cost to the property owner.Insurance advocates are available from 8-5pm M-F at 888-877-4894 (toll-free). Advocates should be available to answer insurance and financial questions. https://dfr.oregon.gov/Pages/index.aspxLane County’s McKenzie Bridge transfer station can accept normal garbage and recycling, including spoiled food. It cannot accept ash or bulk debris from burnt structures. Oregon DEQ presumes ash from burnt structures to contain asbestos if the structure was built before 2004. Landfills and transfer stations in Oregon are prohibited from accepting bulk deliveries of presumed asbestos-containing material.  Contact Lane Regional Air Protection Agency for information about asbestos: 541-736-1056.