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Wildfire 2020 Resident Resources


Happy Valley Level 1 evacuation alert has been lifted


“As you’ve seen, visibility is extremely low due to dense fog & smoke. Please slow down, use your headlights & use extra care because pedestrians & cyclists are difficult to see. Traffic signals are very hard to see until you get to intersections, please use extreme precaution. With the poor air quality, minimize your time outdoors. Be careful out there!” – Clackamas Fire

UPDATE (Sunday, Sept. 13) — CHANGE IN CURFEW ZONES

From Clackamas County Curfew Information

The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office is making adjustments to the curfew enacted on Thursday, Sept. 10.

Effective immediately, the curfew will ONLY be in effect in the Level 2 (“Be set”) and Level 3 (“Go”) evacuation zones. 

These zones are indicated on the Clackamas County Wildfire Evacuation Zones web page.  Level 2 is indicated by the yellow-colored zone, and Level 3 is indicated by the red-colored zone.  Curfew hours in those zones remain the same, from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Per Clackamas County, there is a risk of running out of water that could hinder firefighting efforts.

From Sunrise Water Authority

“Sunrise Water Authority is currently experiencing excessive water demands.  We are asking customers throughout the City of Happy Valley to reduce or eliminate outdoor water use in order to maximize supply capacity for local public fire protection.  Your cooperation is greatly appreciated during the present emergency conditions.”