Looking for that last available campsite in the “path of totality” on the eve of the eclipse?
Bogged down in traffic on Interstate 84 and wondering if the backroads are any better?
Afraid that little campfire could turn into a forest-eating conflagration?
Oregon’s Office of Emergency Management is your best bet on up-to-the-minute updates of conditions in the state as eclipse chasers flock to the state for the Aug. 21 event.
From traffic to weather, health and safety to wildfire danger, camping to everything else, the OEM is bracing for anything and everything.
Updates on social media can be found on Facebook and Twitter using #oreclipse or #eclipse2017.
A 2-1-1 non-emergency eclipse hotline will run Aug. 16-23, from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. It can also be found at 211info.org or by texting “eclipse” to 898211.
The Oregon Department of Forestry has an interactive fire restrictions map to show fire danger, campfire limitations and other restrictions.
The state’s RAPTOR site — Real-time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon — offers a public version to track what’s happening and where in the eclipse path of totality and around the state.