Current Travel Alerts
Updated: August 24, 2022
Oregon Wildfire Information
Wildfires are currently impacting the area. We recommend always checking official resources for the latest information on active wildfires before heading out into Oregon's outdoors.
- Willamette National Forest Wildfire Information
- TripCheck road & weather updates from the Oregon Department of Transportation
For information on other areas of Oregon, visit these resources:
COVID-19 Travel Information
Beginning March 12, the statewide mandate for face coverings for indoor public spaces ended. As of July 13, 2022, Lane County Public Health recommends indoor masking for all community members with a rise in community transmission. Please be prepared that individual business guidelines may vary.
Per Federal mandates, face coverings are still required for health care settings (hospital, doctors, dentists etc.) and in some Federal buildings.
Public transit protocols may vary.
Some venues, including some restaurants and events, may be requesting proof of vaccination or negative testing as a requirement for entry. Please check directly with each venue or event for specific protocols.
For daily updates from local, state and federal health agencies, please visit the following sources:
- Lane County Coronavirus information
- Oregon Health Authority Coronavirus information
- Travel Oregon Travel Alerts
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Coronavirus information
Check with the agency managing the outdoor space you'd like to visit for the most up-to-date information on what is open and what is closed.
- Willamette National Forest
- Umpqua National Forest
- Siuslaw National Forest
- Oregon State Parks
- Bureau of Land Management
Eugene, Cascades & Coast Visitor Center
We're available to answer visitor questions and provide assistance by phone or in person, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and during holidays, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Give us a call at 541.484.5307 or stop by and see us.
Lane County's resources for how to prepare and what to do in an emergency.
We care about the safety and well being of our residents and visitors. During an emergency, conditions and information may change rapidly. Please sign up for emergency alerts with Lane County's emergency response agencies. This service addresses severe weather, fire, flooding, hazardous materials, evacuations, civil danger and missing persons.
Agencies & Resources
Additional emergency resources and links for Lane County are posted below. Please follow the directions of local authorities.