Private Drop-In Residential Damage Meeting for Certain Residents Affected by Archie Creek Fire

Douglas Co. Sheriff's Office

GLIDE, Ore. - The Sheriff's Office, Board of Commissioners as well as representatives from the County and various partner agencies will host a private drop-in residential damage meeting tomorrow, Sunday, September 13, 2020, between 3 pm - 7 pm at Glide High School (18990 North Umpqua Highway, Glide, OR). This drop-in meeting is not open to the public or the media and only specific residents will be admitted from the areas described below. Proof of residency will be required and those attending are asked to adhere to COVID-19 recommendations. 

This is a private informational drop-in meeting for the residents of the below listed locations who want to learn more about residential structural damage to their property and resources available to them. The Sheriff's Office has compiled a list of residences which have been damaged and will be sharing that information specifically with the residents of the following locations:
  • Moore Hill Lane
  • Susan Creek Road
  • Star Mtn. Lane
  • Smith Springs Lane
  • Evergreen Springs Lane
  • Evergreen Lane
  • Honey Creek Road
  • Tioga Lane
  • Rock Creek Road (and all side roads)
  • North Umpqua Hwy from Rock Creek Rd to Steamboat
  • Klahanie Lane
  • Skyview Drive
  • Lone Rock Road
  • South Lone Rock Road
  • Bar L Ranch Road (and all side roads)
  • Terrace Drive
  • Upper Terrace Lane
  • Mystic Mountain Ln.
Information on resources will be available from various partner agencies such as Douglas Public Health Network, Red Cross, Douglas Forest Protective Association, Archie Creek Fire representatives and more.