The Cedar Creek Fire east of Oakridge is now burning at 114,104 acres.
Over the weekend, crews managed to contain the flames at 20%.
Crews have used mechanized equipment to complete fireline preparations on the south and southwest sides of the fire.
Northeast Incident Management Team 9 will take command of the west zone of the fire starting Monday morning, taking over operations from Pacific Northwest Incident Management Team 3.
The Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway/Highway 46 will remain closed between Lava Lake and the Crescent Cutoff/Road 61.
There are currently 1,817 firefighters working on the fire.
The full Sunday update can be read below:CedarCreekFire_Update_20220925_220180