PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Although many evacuation zones have been dropped since the height of the catastrophe, many remain in place as crews continue to battle wildfires across the state.
More than 1 million acres have burned in Oregon since Sept. 7, when hot, dry and windy conditions became the foundation for historic wildland infernos. At least nine people were killed, and five people remain missing. More than 2,200 homes and 1,500 other structures have been destroyed.
Below are interactive maps from Oregon’s Office of Emergency Management, Clackamas County evacuations, Marion County evacuations, Washington County evacuations, Lane County evacuations and air quality maps.