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All Outdoor Debris Burning is Closed
Campfires are allowed in approved fire pit with a permit
La Pine Fire District Outdoor Residential Debris Burning is CLOSED in Deschutes County and Klamath County effect May 1, 2015. Cooking and/or warmning fires may be permitted with a Burn Permit - and when fire conditions permit. Fire agencies will monitor fuels and fire conditions throughout thesummer and anticipate the opening of burn season again in late fall.
Always call the Burn Information Line at 541-536-9056 to check for updates before you begin. You must have a valid Burn Permit (click on Link) at the site and follow all guidelines therein.
IF YOUR FIRE GETS OUT OF CONTROL CALL 911!
Remember, Your Fire, Your Responsibility!
last updated 8/17/15
Fire district burn regulations pertain to private lands and residential burning only. US Forest Service and BLM Fire agencies will have prescribed burning on public lands under strictly controlled circumstances to promote forest health and wildfire fuels reductions throughout the year.