Currently, multiple forest fires are burning in Southern Oregon and Canada, and the smoke from these fires is creating hazardous air quality issues throughout many parts of the state. Please heed any warnings issued for your area, particularly if you have heart or lung disease, or respiratory illnesses such as asthma. Reduce your time spent outdoors, especially any time you spend in vigorous outdoor activity. Reduce sources of indoor smoke and dust and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. Finally, contact your healthcare provider to get advice on prevention and treatment of symptoms.
    In Case of Emergency Dial 911
    Click here to watch a video by the Oregon Public Health Division on how to Stay Healthy when the Air is Smokey

    Contacts List

    Health & Human Services Director
    Vicki Faciane
    Health & Human Services Director
    541-888-7515 (Main)

    1245 Fulton Avenue, Coos Bay, OR 97420

    Chief Law Enforcement Office/ Executive Director of the Gaming Commission
    Brad Kneaper
    541-902-3813 (Main)