As fires continue to burn in the state of Oregon, a reported 40,000 Oregonians were forced to flee their homes and more than 400,000, at one point, were in some stage of evacuation orders. Many have since returned home but some orders remains in place.
Fires change rapidly and evacuation orders can too. Here is everything you need to know about the current evacuation orders in Oregon.
In Clackamas County, the Riverside Fire continues to spread.
Level 3 evacuation orders forced thousands of people to leave their homes, although many have since been allowed to come home. However, some areas are still under Level 3 "Go" orders.
INTERACTIVE MAP: Evacuation orders in Clackamas County
Two large fires, the Beachie Creek and Lionshead fires, have burned hundreds of thousands of acres, according to the OEM Fires and Hotspots Dashboard.
Both fires prompted Level 3 (Go Now) evacuation orders for residents in the area. Evacuation shelters were established at the Oregon State Fairgrounds, the Polk County Fairgrounds and Volcanoes Stadium. Impacted residents can call 503-391-7294 for more information.
INTERACTIVE MAP: Evacuation orders in Marion County
Click here for evacuation information in neighboring Linn County, where part of the Beachie Creek Fire is burning.
Below is a look at the evacuation map in the area impacted by the Holiday Farm Fire.
The Echo Mountain Complex fire is burning in Lincoln County. Some residents are under a Level 3 evacuation order.
You can keep up to date with fire size, containment and other information here.