Governor Brown is requiring masks to be worn in public indoor and outdoor settings statewide to help stop the spread of the Delta variant. The Governor is also encouraging everyone to get vaccinated. Find out how to get vaccinated locally at Jackson County Health and Human Services website

Get Ready

Get Ready

An evacuation can be required at any time for a variety of emergencies. You may have hours to evacuate or only minutes to flee. There are important steps you can take now to prepare yourself and your property.   

1. Know Your Alerts – Sign up for Nixle, Ashland’s community alert system. 

Know Your Zone
– Ashland now has TEN evacuation zones. Know all your exits. 

Get Ready – Make a kit, have a plan, and practice it. Use the checklist below to guide you. 

Download and print the checklist, use it, and keep it where you'll find it easily.  Additionally, OHA has issued Wildfire Evacuation Protocol for People Quarantining or Isolating Due to Covid-19.

4. Stay Together - Please take only 1 vehicle in an evacuation, whenever possible, to minimize gridlock. Prepare this vehicle for evacuation by keeping the gas tank full, and park it facing the street for an easier departure. 

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