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Storm Updates



Some Lincoln County communities may be impacted or without power for several more days. Please make preparations and use available resources. If you have a life-safety event, call 911. If you are without power and able to stay with friends, family, or at a hotel with power, that is the best option for sheltering during this event. If you are not able to use the resources mentioned above, there are some sheltering options.




Shelters:

  • Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians 

  • What: Tribal Warming Station

  • When: Open until the power is back on in Siletz. 

  • Where: Tribal Health Clinic, 200 Gwee-Shut Rd, Siletz, OR 97380. 

  • Who: All community members

  • What You Need: Bring sleeping gear, snacks, and/or comfort items if possible. 

  • More information: www.facebook.com/CTSIgov or 541-270-2536 

  • City of Toledo

  • What: Temporary Winter Shelter with coffee and snacks

  • Where: St. John’s Epi church, 110 NE Alder St, Toledo, OR 97391

  • Who: All community members

  • When: 6pm - 8am

  • What You Need: Bring sleeping gear, snacks, and/or comfort items if possible. 

  • City of Newport

  • What: Temporary Winter Shelter with meals provided

  • Where: Newport Recreation Center, 225 SE Avery St, Newport.

  • Who: Community members in general, older adults, limited space available for cats and dogs accompanied by community members.

  • What You Need: Bring sleeping gear, snacks, and/or comfort items if possible. 

  • More information: Please call 541-270-1005.

  • Lincoln County Winter Shelters – LINCOLN CITY site  

  • What: Overnight shelter for community members, meal provided.

  • Where: Call 541-270-1005 to for location information.

  • Who: Community members.

  • More information: www.co.lincoln.or.us/1109/Community-Shelter-and-Resource-Center or call 541-270-1005

  • Lincoln County Winter Shelters – NEWPORT site  

  • What: Overnight shelter for houseless community members, meal provided.

  • When: Check-in from 4pm – 7pm.

  • Where: 351 SW 7th Street, Newport OR

  • Who: Houseless community members.

  • More information: www.co.lincoln.or.us/1109/Community-Shelter-and-Resource-Center or call 541-270-1005


  • Newport Area: 541-270-1005

  • Newport Area: Newport Parks & Rec, Alberto: 541-819-2748

  • Work with friends, neighbors, or family members for transportation.

  • Have you already tried the options above? Call the Lincoln County Call Center for further assistance until 8pm: 541-265-0621

How to Report Downed Power Lines and Outages

  • Central Lincoln PUD: org or call 877.265.3211

  • Pacific Power: Call 877-508-5088

  • Consumer Power: 541-929-3124 or 800-872-9036

Call Centers:

  • Lincoln County Call Center: 541-265-0621

  • Siletz Info Line: 541-270-2536

Community Resources in General:

  • Questions about Lincoln County Houseless Shelters or the City of Newport’s Winter Weather Temporary Shelter, call Chantelle: 541-270-2396

  • Call 211 or visit 211.info.org for community resources including shelters and more.

How can I help?

  • Check on your friends and neighbors. Offer assistance when you can. Neighbors may need a ride to shelters or hotels with power, supplies, or other help that you can offer.

  • Make smart and safe decisions. Many roads have been cleared, but some may still be icy and debris may continue to fall or become hazardous.

  • If roads are closed, do not try to access them. This puts yourself, first responders, and work crews at risk. This can delay work on the road and may mean first responders won’t be able to reach you.

  • Be aware sidewalks, paths, and roads may be slippery. Use caution and avoid unnecessary risks.

  • If you are using generators, practice generator safety and power safety outage safety in general: www.ready.gov/power-outages?fbclid=IwAR13zcEN9GKp79lXEw0M475TilNlmZhOgLYqt47j0D6vKthfEGVpLHGcE-Y#generator

Weather Updates and anticipated impacts:

  • Continue to monitor the National Weather Service for updated weather forecasts.

  • As of this posting, there may be power outages for several more days. Continue to check with your power provider for the most updated information. Their info is listed below.

  • Remember to check on friends, family, and neighbors. Offer assistance as you are able.

Where can I find the most updated information?




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