backyard burning

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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An early backyard burning ban in Lane County is now in effect. Due to high fire danger, LRAPA and the Lane Fire Defense Board have now (5/6/13)prohibited all backyard and open burning in Lane County, except on the coast.

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