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Here are current evacuation levels for the Twisp River Area as of 7/31/21 7:43pm. Conditions and evacuation levels can change. Text OKCOUNTY to 888777 for Emergency Management Alerts.
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August 1, 2021/2208hrs

The Wildland Incident Management Team has recommended reducing the Level 3 "evacuate now" order for the Poorman zone to Level 2 "be ready."

The other zones in Twisp River remain Level 3 "Evacuate Now" due to the limited egress for up canyon residents while firefighters are working around the fire on the 4410 Road.
Please remain clear of these zones to avoid impeding fire traffic.
View evacuation areas on the   Okanogan County Advisory MAP. 
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July 31, 2021/1944hrs
Level 3 Immediate Evacuation has been issued for the Twisp River Valley from Poorman Creek Road to the Buttermilk area.
The Cedar Creek Fire is near the South side of Gobblers Knob and into Graff Creek and on Thompson Ridge and advancing east and south.
Persons should be aware of their surroundings and take action NOW.
This may be the only notice you receive.
DO NOT wait for door to door notification, take action NOW.
Level 3 Immediate Evacuation (GO NOW) is being issued due to the increased fire activity on the Cedar Creek Fire, near Gobblers Knob, Graff Creek, and Thompson Ridge
Evacuate towards Twisp, DO NOT go towards Winthrop.
Level 3 for the Twisp River Valley, from Poorman Creek Road to Buttermilk.
Level 3 for Twisp River Road and all roads off of Twisp River Road from Poorman Creek to the Buttermilk area.
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July 31, 2021/1823hrs
Level 3 (Immediate Evacuation) has been issued for the Twisp River Valley from Elbow Coulee to Buttermilk.
The Cedar Creek Fire is near the south side of Gobbler's Knob and into Graff Creek and on Thompson Ridge.
Persons should be aware of their surroundings and take action NOW.
This may be the only notice you receive.
DO NOT wait for door to door notification, take action NOW.
Level 3 Immediate Evacuation (GO NOW) is being issued due to the increased fire activity on the Cedar Creek Fire, near Gobbler's Knob, Graff Creek and Thompson Ridge.
Evacuate towards Twisp, DO NOT go toward Winthrop.
Level 3 issued for the Twisp River Valley from Elbow Coulee to Buttermilk.
Level 3 for Twisp River Road and all roads off of Twisp River Road from Elbow Coulee to the Buttermilk area.
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Twisp, Washington is called the “heart of the Methow Valley”.  Its geographical location and status as the largest town in the Valley (970 people) are part of the reason it’s perceived as “the heart”.

For more information about the history of the Town of Twisp 
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Methow Valley Farmer's Market
Located at the Methow Valley Community Center 
201 S Methow Valley Highway, Twisp
Hours: 9am to noon Open: April through October
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COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
When: 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month
Time: 5:30 PM
Location: Being held virtually
(See link on Town Notices & Agendas Page)

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