backyard burning

by Sarah Craig
Thursday, June 15th, marks the last day of the outdoor burning season for most Lane County residents. Lane County Fire Defense Board closes the spring outdoor burning season every summer as fire season approaches. High temperatures and elevated fire risk keep the season closed until the fall outdoor burning season begins in early October.

LRAPA logoAfter a week-long delay, the Lane County Fall Open Burning season is set to start Saturday, October 8th until Monday, October 31st for many residents in the county.

Forgot Dad's Day? Do his burning

Sunday, June 15 will be the official last day for backyard/open burning in Lane County until fall.
The season, which closes in the summer because of fire danger, will remain closed until October 1, depending upon fire conditions. In most areas of Lane County, burning is allowed on approved days during the burn season for the disposal of woody yard debris generated on the property where burning occurs.

Keep Oregon GreenWARMER WEATHER BRINGS BACKYARD DEBRIS BURNING SAFETY REMINDERS
News Release from Oregon Dept. of Forestry
Posted: March 18th, 2014 8:40 AM

Spring open/backyard burning season begins March 1

LRAPA logoMarch 1st marks the beginning of the open/backyard burning season for areas where burning was prohibited from November 1st through the last day of February.

LRAPA logoTomorrow, October 1st, marks the first day of the open/backyard burning season for most residents in Lane County.

Backyard burningLane County’s off-again, on-again backyard burning season is set to shut down soon.

Rain Decreases Fire Danger; Backyard Burning Allowed Until June 15

Illegal burn pile$4,200 Assessed Fine - Burning garbage, tires, furniture, treated wood, etc. on a non-burn day

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