first_imgEmergency personnel may contact you via the emergency notification system KPB Alerts. All landlines are automatically registered in this system; however, you must register mobile phones. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Update 3:50pm – The Borough Office of Emergency Management in collaboration with the Swan Lake Fire Incident Management Team and agency administrators will be hosting a Facebook Live event tonight, Sunday 08/18/19 at 7:00 PM. Topics include information on fire activity and the Ready Set Go! Evacuation Preparedness Program. Information officers will be monitoring comments to answer your questions. The live video will also be streaming on the KSRM Radio Group. You can listen to the meeting on KSRM 920AM. A Level 1 (READY) evacuation alert is NOT a notice to leave. This alert means that you must be ready for potential evacuation. There is a fire in your local area.  Assist family members with special needs, arrange to move mobile property (boats, trailers, ATV), and prepare pets or livestock. Original PostThe Kenai Peninsula Borough has issued a Level 1: Ready for the Cooper Landing community on Sunday morning following an increase in fire activity in several areas. The Swan Lake Fire is moving west and east, and is affecting travel on the highway and the upper Kenai River.center_img Expect significant delays on the Sterling Highway due to fire and firefighting activity from milepost 48 to milepost 62.  Skilak Lake Road is currently closed from Upper Skilak Lake Road to the East entrance of Skilak Lake Road due to fire approaching the roadway and visibility limited due to smoke. Continued updates will be posted as they are made available.  Check for further information onwww.kpboem.com or call the Borough Call Center at 907-262-INFO (4363) for updates.last_img

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