Online Community Meeting set for Thursday, Oct. 8 to Warn Fire Victims of Crucial Deadline to Have Household Hazardous Materials Removed for Free

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Clackamas county disaster management officials also extend Fire Resource Center in Molalla another week 

Clackamas County officials will host an online community meeting at 5 p.m. Thursday Oct. 8 to explain how county fire victims  can obtain the knowledge and assistance they need to rebuild their lives—and to warn them about a fast-approaching crucial deadline.

Friday Oct. 16th is the final date that fire victims can submit a right of entry form to the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality to have their household hazardous material removed for free.

The fire resource center at 412 S. Swiegle Ave., Molalla, OR 97038 (in the Molalla River School District community gymnasium) will remain open to fire victims 9 a.m. — 6 p.m. through Friday Oct. 16, to coincide with the DEQ deadline.

The Thursday Oct. 8 online community meeting will be held via Zoom (; passcode 024936) and will also be livestreamed on the county’s Facebook page (

Clackamas County Chair Jim Bernard will also attend.