The Beachie Creek Fire and Lionshead Fire, which had burned more than 168,000 acres as of Monday evening, prompted Level 3 (Go Now) evacuation orders for residents in the area. Warm Springs Evacuation Levels as of September 15, 2020 P-515 Fire Wildfire Announcements - 11 min. Crews will watch for any spot fires that may come from the change in winds or fire growth to the south of Mt Jefferson. Warm Springs tribal assistant fire management officer William Wilson says the fire jumped the highway and was moving toward a neighborhood on the reservation where the evacuation notices were issued. Updates on evacuations on the Reservation can be found on the Warm Springs Police Facebook page. Evacuation Level Information: Evacuations: A level 1 evacuation order has been issued for the Sid Walter Flats area. On the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs reservation, afternoon winds again fanned the 14,000-acre Powerline fire, prompting mandatory evacuations of 15 homes in the Sidwalter subdivision and three homes at Dry Hollow. The Warm Springs Police Department would like to extend a thank you to the Warm Springs Fire Management Prevention Team for passing out evacuation information pamphlets yesterday to the residents in the Sid Walter Area. Parts of Jefferson County are on evacuation notices as the Lionshead Fire continues to burn 14 miles west of Warm Springs, and the Warm Springs … Evacuation … Evacuation Level Information: Lionshead Fire Wildfire Announcements - 11 min. Another 27 homes were on evacuation … On the Warm Springs Reservation a Level 2 Evacuation “Get Set” Notice has been issued for Sidwalter, including Miller Flat, and a Level 1 “Be Ready” Notice is currently in place for Simnasho, including Schoolie Flat. ago The following information is a re-iteration of the pamphlets. There is no change to the evacuation levels from yesterday 9/14/20 Sid Walter/County Line Area remain at a Level 2 Evacuation Advisement, Simnasho remains at a Level 1 Evacuation. Air resources are available to help the firefighters on the ground but will be dependent on visibility due to smoke. The following information is a re-iteration of the pamphlets. Fire managers and CWTR Public Safety will evaluate evacuation levels today. ago From the Warm Springs Police Department: There is no change to the evacuation levels from yesterday 9/14/20 Sid Walter/County Line Area remain at a Level 2 Evacuation Advisement, Simnasho remains at a Level 1 Evacuation. There is no change to the evacuation levels from yesterday 9/14/20 Sid Walter/County Line Area remain at a Level 2 Evacuation Advisement, Simnasho remains at a Level 1 Evacuation. The Warm Springs Police Department would like to extend a thank you to the Warm Springs Fire Management Prevention Team for passing out evacuation information pamphlets yesterday to the residents in the Sid Walter Area.