Disaster Preparedness Information
Do you and your family have a plan for when a disaster strikes?
Do you have a 72 hour kit that contains all the items you would need to survive such as food, water, and medicine?
If you are in a Tsunami inundation zone, do you know where to go to be safe?
What if you are at work, the grocery store, or other areas you frequent on a regular basis?
How will you and your family survive?
Get educated, get prepared and have a plan.
Below are links that can help you prepare.
To sign up for Tillamook County Reverse 911 on your cell phone click on this link:
Reverse 911 for cell text or voicemail
Enter your local address and your out-of- area address to be notified in case of emergency in Tillamook County.
Tillamook County landlines are already in the database.
Nehalem Bay Emergency Volunteer Corp
Check out the Emergency Volunteer Corps website for additional information: http://evcnb.org/
Tillamook County Emergency Management
Check out the Tillamook County Emergency Management website for information:
Use this button to download the Nehalem Bay Tsunami Evacuation Map:
Today's Fire Danger
Burn restrictions in effect
On September 23, 2023, Tillamook County will lift its burn ban in effect since July 15, 2023. All burning, including recreational fires, requires a permit. Permits may be obtained below.
Note that recreational beach fires do not require a permit and are regulated through Oregon Parks. Please keep your beach fires under 2 feet in diameter, away from driftwood logs, and at least 50 feet away from dune grass. Use only wood or manufactured logs as fuel. Be sure to attend to the fire at all times, and completely extinguish WITH WATER when complete. (Do not just cover the fire with sand!)
If a Red Flag warning is in effect, please refrain from outdoor fires of any kind (recreational fires, charcoal grills, smoking) and restrict use of power equipment. Continue to check this site regularly.
During fire season, usually June 1 through September 30, check burn restrictions prior to burning.
Burn piles larger than 5 feet in height and 10 feet in diameter require a site inspection and a Provisional Burn Permit.
Nehalem River Flood Gauge
For the current Nehalem River level at Foss: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=pqr&gage=fsso3