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Fire Danger Ratings - As of 8/7/2020 -  

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FIRE SEASON IN EFFECT FOR ALL COUNTIES IN SOUTHERN OREGON AND NORTHERN CALIFORNIA.
 
 
FIRE DANGER IS EXTREME FOR LANDS PROTECTED BY THE OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY IN JACKSON, JOSEPHINE, KLAMATH, AND LAKE COUNTIES.
 
 
FIRE DANGER IS HIGH FOR LANDS PROTECTED BY THE DOUGLAS FOREST PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION IN DOUGLAS COUNTY
 
 
FIRE DANGER IS MODERATE FOR LANDS PROTECTED BY THE COOS FOREST PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION IN COOS, CURRY, AND WESTERN DOUGLAS COUNTIES. 
 
 
 
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Where the fire danger is EXTREME in Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, and Lake Counties.
 
 
 All backyard debris burning and burning in incinerators will be prohibited. No burn permits will be issued.
 
 The Industrial Fire Precaution Level will be at IFPL II in Jackson and Josephine and at III in Klamath and Lake Counties.
 
 Public use restrictions (regulated use) will be in effect, including:
 
 No fireworks
 
 No smoking in areas with vegetation. Smoking is allowed only in an enclosed vehicle, in a boat on the water, or in a cleared area within a campsite.
 
 No use of tracer ammunition and exploding targets.
 
 Campfires allowed at designated locations only
 
 Motor Vehicle travel off improved roads prohibited at all times.
 
 Use of electric fence controllers required at all times.
 
Power saws are not allowed to be used at any time.
 
Equipment used for the cutting, grinding or welding of metal may not be used at any time.
 
The mowing of dry, cured grass with power equipment may not take place at any time. This regulation does not apply to farm equipment used for the culture and harvest of crops.
 
The use of any other spark-emitting equipment using an internal combustion engine is disallowed at any time.
 
Where the fire danger is HIGH in Dougls County on lands protected by Douglas Forest Protective Association.
 
All backyard debris burning and burning in incinerators will be prohibited. No burn permits will be issued.
 
 The Industrial Fire Precaution Level will be at IFPL III.
 
 Public use restrictions (regulated use) will be in effect, including:
 
 No fireworks
 
 No smoking in areas with dry vegetation.
 
 No use of tracer ammunition and exploding targets.
 
 Campfires allowed at designated locations only.
 
 Motor Vehicle travel off improved roads prohibited at all times.
 
 Use of electric fence controllers required at all times.
 
 Mowing, use of power equipment including weed eaters and chain saws, and welding, cutting, and grinding prohibited between 10 am and 8 pm.
 
 Fire fighting equipment must be carried when traveling off state highways, country roads, private roads and driveways. Equipment includes; shovels,   and or one gallon of water, or a 2.5 pound fire extinguisher or larger. Off road vehicles and motorcycles are required to carry a 2.5 pound or larger fire extinguisher. 
 
 
 
Where the fire danger is MODERATE in Coos, Curry, and Western Douglas Counties - 
 
All backyard debris burning and burning in incinerators will be prohibited. No burn permits will be issued.
 
 The Industrial Fire Precaution Level will be at IFPL II.
 
 Public use restrictions (regulated use) will be in effect, including:
 
 No fireworks
 
 No smoking in areas with dry vegetation.
 
 No use of tracer ammunition and exploding targets.
 
 Campfires allowed at designated locations only
 
 Motor Vehicle travel off improved roads prohibited at all times.
 
 Use of electric fence controllers required at all times.
 
 Mowing, use of power equipment including weed eaters and chain saws, and welding, cutting, and grinding prohibited between 10 am and 8 pm.
 
 Fire fighting equipment must be carried when traveling off state highways, country roads, private roads and driveways. Equipment includes; shovels,   and or one gallon of water, or a 2.5 pound fire extinguisher or larger. Off road vehicles and motorcycles are required to carry a 2.5 pound or larger fire extinguisher. 
 
 
 
NO fireworks or sky lanterns are ever allowed on state protected lands in Oregon or California, and in National Forest lands, BLM lands, National Park lands, or US Fish and Wildlife lands. 

 

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