Red Cross Cascades Region Wildfire Disaster Responses

A Red Cross volunteer speaks with two people on July 14, 2021 who were forced from their home due to the Bootleg fire burning in Klamath County, Oregon. They are staying at a shelter at the Klamath County Fairgrounds where Red Cross volunteers are assisting those who need support. Photo by Georgia Duncan/American Red Cross.

Red Cross volunteers are working across the Cascades Region in response to wildfires burning throughout the state of Oregon.

Listed below are current Red Cross shelter or TEP (Temporary Evacuation Point) locations that are open and ready to provide service to anyone impacted by the current fires burning in Oregon.

UPDATED: August 4, 2021

With reduced evacuation levels, all Red Cross shelters have closed. Red Cross volunteers remain on standby and will be available if conditions change. If you need immediate assistance, please call 1-800 RED CROSS.

Be Prepared

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  • Be ready to evacuate at a moments notice.
  • Back your car into the garage or park it outside in the direction of your evacuation route.
  • Confine pets to one room so you can find them if you need to evacuate quickly.
  • Listen to local radio and television stations for updated emergency information including your safest escape route.
  • Check your emergency kit and replenish any items missing or in short supply, especially medications and medical supplies. Make sure you include a mask and hand sanitizer with your kit. Keep it in the car.
  • Don’t wait – evacuate: if you feel threatened or unsafe, you can choose to evacuate at any time. If you receive an official evacuation order, please heed the orders of local authorities and follow all instructions.
  • Download the free Red Cross Emergency App for safety information and weather alerts right at your fingertips.

What to Bring to a Shelter

The Red Cross does not turn away people who need assistance during a disaster. We are committed to helping all those in need. Anyone who needs a safe place to go can also find open Red Cross shelters at

We encourage people who plan to stay in a Red Cross shelter to bring:

  • Prescription medications
  • Extra clothing
  • Pillows
  • Blankets
  • Hygiene supplies
  • Other comfort items and important documents.
  • Don’t forget to bring any special items for children, such as diapers, formula and toys, or for family members who have unique needs.

Outside Resources

Oregon Office of Emergency Management

Bootleg Fire Incident Information | Bootleg Fire Facebook | Bootleg Fire Twitter

Grandview Fire Incident Information

Darlene Fire Incident Information

Smoke Outlook

Oregon Smoke Information

Local Air Quality Information