Emergency phone: 541-777-7889 or 541-777-7778
Wasco Electric: 541-296-2740
Southern Wasco County Ambulance
Emergency phone: 911
Non-emergency phone: 541-395-2598
Wasco County Sheriff
Emergency Phone: 911
Non-emergency Phone: 541-296-5454
Wasco County Sheriff’s Office
Maupin Volunteer Fire Department
Emergency Phone: 911
Learn more about the Maupin Volunteer Fire Department here.
Sign up for Wasco County Emergency Alert
Receive alerts about emergencies and other important community messages by signing up for the Citizen Alert Emergency Notification System. This notification system enables Emergency Response Agencies to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, wildfires, floods, street and road closures, missing persons, law enforcement activities and evacuation notifications. You will receive time-sensitive messages wherever you specify, such as your home, cell, or business phone, email, text messages, hearing impaired receiving devices, and more. You pick where, you pick how.
Individuals with disabilities who need assistance can register by calling the Wasco County Communications Manager at 541-506-2760.
Preparing for Wildfires
The City of Maupin is in a high risk area for wildfires, so it’s important for residents to plan ahead for future wildfire emergencies. Visit Oregon Ready Set Go to learn more about how to prepare your home and build emergency kits for your and family. By signing up for the Emergency Alert system above, you will receive all emergency alerts and evacuation notices.
Here are some tips on how to protect your home from becoming wildfire fuel.
You can learn more about Oregon’s wildfire response and recovery programs here.
Preparing for Earthquakes
From the Oregon Office of Emergency Management:
Scientists are predicting that there is about a 37 percent chance that a megathrust earthquake of 7.1+ magnitude in this fault zone will occur in the next 50 years. This event will be felt throughout the Pacific Northwest. With the current preparedness levels of Oregon, we can anticipate being without services and assistance for at least 2 weeks, if not longer, when the Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake occurs. While this will be difficult to overcome, our citizens, businesses, schools, government, and communities as a whole can take steps to get prepared. Take action now by actively planning and preparing yourself and your community to be ready for two weeks for disasters.
Residents and businesses in Maupin should be prepared for future emergencies by signing up for the Emergency Alert system above. Individuals can also prepare by following Oregon’s emergency preparedness guidelines.