Fire

When FIRE SEASON​ goes into effect, some activities in the great outdoors are prone to start fires. In an effort to prevent these fires from starting, the Oregon Department of Forestry and our partners impose restrictions pertaining to public and work related activities. To find out what is and is not allowed in your area, follow the link below to our interactive map. Areas outside ODF protection, such as the USDA Forest Service, will provide links to other agency fire regulation information.  

IFPL Fire Restrictions Map 

Industrial Fire Restrictions Map

Our new and improved interactive fire restrictions map for public fire regulations is currently under construction and should be up and running soon. Until then, please see below for current fire restrictions in effect for your area.

 Private Landowner Closure Information​

Current Public Fire Restrictions in Effect on ODF protected lands.
Please check with your local rural fire district or federal agency for additional restrictions.

Coos Forest Protective Association
Fire Season begins June 26, 2017

  • Debris Burning prohibited beginning June 26.
  • Exploding Targets and Tracer Ammunition Prohibited throughout the District​.
Northeast Oregon District
Fire Season begins June 26, 2017

  • Permits required for Debris Burning until further public use restrictions are imposed. 
  • Exploding Targets and Tracer Ammunition Prohibited throughout the District​

Douglas Forest Protective Association​

  • Permits required for Debris Burning through June 30. Debris Burning prohibited beginning July 1.
  • Exploding Targets and Tracer Ammunition Prohibited throughout the District

Central Oregon District

Klamath Lake District
  • Debris Burning, Exploding Targets and Tracer Ammunition Prohibited throughout the District.
  • Public Fire Restrictions in effect for Klamath River Canyon area include no smoking, no campfires and no fireworks. The use of power saws is prohibited between 1pm and 8pm. The public is required to carry a shovel and a 2 1/2 pound fire extinguisher or one gallon of water in this area as well.
Fire Danger: MODERATE
  • The following is prohibited at all times:
    • Debris Burning, Fireworks, Off-Road Driving, Exploding Targets and Tracer Ammunition
    • Campfires, except in designated locations
  • The following are prohibited between 1pm and 8pm during MODERATE fire danger
    • Mowing dried, cured grass.
    • Power saw use. When allowed, have shovel and fire extinguisher or gallon of water and provide a one hour fire watch.
    • Any other internal combustion engine not specifically mentioned. When allowed, do so in clear areas and have fire extinguisher or gallon of water present.
  •  Vehicles must have shovel and fire extinguisher or gallon of water. ATV's and motorcycles must have fire extinguisher.
  • Regulated Use Proclamation​


 

Walker Range Fire Patrol Association
Fire Season Effective Friday, June 2, 2017
Debris Burning, Exploding Targets and Tracer Ammunition Prohibited

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