EVACUATING THE SUNRIVER COMMUNITY

Should you hear the emergency sirens, an evacuation is imminent. Be sure to monitor this website and other media sources for updates on the emergency.

Each incident is unique and may require different evacuation routes. 

You may also be directed to a "green" safe zone such as a pasture or golf course or asked to "shelter in place."

 

You do not have to wait until an evacuation order is given to leave. It is up to you to decide what is best for you and your family... it is OK to GO EARLY!

SIRENS ACTIVATED

EMERGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT BROADCAST VIA TEXT ALERTS, REVERSE 911 AND OTHER
AREA MEDIA OUTLETS

COMMAND POST

ACTIVATED AND ESTABLISHED AT THE FIRE STATION OR OTHER DESIGNATED LOCATION
(not open to the public)

EVACUATION

POLICE DESIGNATE ROUTE(S) AND SET SIGNAGE TO  

DIRECT TRAFFIC SAFELY
OUT OF SUNRIVER

WHERE TO GO

SHELTER LOCATION(S) ANNOUNCED. CHECK-IN AND EVACUEE TRACKING PROCESS ESTABLISHED 

PLEASE FOLLOW ALL DIRECTIONS AND EVACUATION SIGNAGE

DO NOT ASSUME which exit route is open and safe for travel as you may be driving into the danger zone. 

Law enforcement will designate the best and safest route(s) based on the type and direction of the threat.

EVACUATION EXITS IN SUNRIVER

Primary Exits

A - Abbot Drive to South Century Drive east to Highway 97 or west to
      South Century Drive or Spring River Road toward Mt. Bachelor

B – Cottonwood Road to Highway 97

Secondary Exit (Gated. Will be opened if necessary)

C – Meadow Road to Spring River Road toward Mt. Bachelor or to South Century Drive
       and Highway 97. This exit is gated and only opened if needed.

If an evacuation order is given, tune your car radio to stations 1110AM, 100.1FM (KBND) or 101.7FM (KLRR) for emergency updates

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Take only essential vehicles – the more vehicles, the more congestion on the road.  Larger vehicles such as RVs and trailers clog evacuation routes and endanger everyone.

Once the evacuation order has been given, you will not be allowed back into Sunriver until it declared safe to do so by emergency personnel.
If you do nothing else, be sure to take your 5Ps during an evacuation

PEOPLE

PETS

PILLS

PHOTOS

PAPERS

EMERGENCY? Dial 911
Non-emergency 24/7 dispatch: 541-693-6911

Business office

Sunriver Police: 541-593-1014

Sunriver Fire: 541-593-8622

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