Highly valued natural and cultural resources were also threatened. Lionshead Fire Information Final UpdateReleased: 10/17/2020 The Lionshead Fire InciWeb page is no longer being updated. ago The Lionshead Fire InciWeb page is no longer being updated. Highly valued natural and cultural resources were also threatened. The Lionshead Fire has heavily impacted several communities in the Santiam drainage and Breitenbush area, including the loss of 264 resident homes in Detroit. The Lionshead Fire continues to actively burn in areas of timber with grass, shrub, and a patchy conifer understory. P515, connected at the large fire… The Lionshead Fire has heavily impacted several communities in the Santiam drainage and Breitenbush area, including the loss of 264 resident homes in Detroit. The Lionshead Fire has heavily impacted several communities in the Santiam drainage and Breitenbush area, including the loss of 264 resident homes in Detroit. Lionshead Fire Information Final UpdateReleased: 8 hrs. The Lionshead Fire has heavily impacted several communities in the Santiam drainage and Breitenbush area, including the loss of 264 resident homes in Detroit. Lionshead Fire Information Email: 2020.Lionshead@firenet.gov Phone: 971-277-5075 Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lionshead Media Inquiries Phone: 541-904-0542 Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Show additional contacts The lightning caused fire started on the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation approximately 14 miles west of the Warm Springs community and has spread to the Willamette National Forest and beyond. Highly valued natural and cultural resources were also threatened. The Lionshead Fire has heavily impacted several communities in the Santiam drainage and Breitenbush area, including the loss of 264 resident homes in Detroit. Before the windstorm, Lionshead was 18,615 acres and 31% containment; on Sept. 11, it was 131,110 acres (205 square miles) with 5% containment. The Lionshead Fire grew dramatically by Sunday to 16,000 acres as forest officials asked all hikers to leave the Mount Jefferson Wilderness and the Olallie Lake area was closed as well. Highly valued natural and cultural resources were also threatened. Highly valued natural and cultural resources were also threatened. Highly valued natural and cultural resources were also threatened. The Lionshead Fire has heavily impacted several communities in the Santiam drainage and Breitenbush area, including the loss of 264 resident homes in Detroit.