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Reduce your risk of WILDFIRE, check out the "Fire Free" program.
Donate unwanted vehicles for rescue training. Click here to see how.
In the event of Wildfire in our district, visit the Central Oregon Interagency Dispatch Center.
The Vial of Life provides a means to supply medical personnel vital information about your medical conditions and medications to aid in your emergency treatment. The Vial of Life is a free resource to the residents of our District. Click here for more information
Outdoor Residential Debris Pile Burning is Open
La Pine Fire District Outdoor Residential Debris Pile Burning is OPEN in Deschutes County and Klamath County.
Permits are required. Burn Permits (click on Link to print your own) are free, and/or pick up at any of the District's fire stations.
Commercial and industrial forest practices burn permits are available from the Oregon Department of Forestry. www.oregon.gov/ODF/Fire/Pages/BurnPermitSisters.aspx
The La Pine Fire District strongly encourages citizens to continue to FireWise homes & properties to protect from wildfire. Other options for pine needle and ladder fuel debris disposal are: to chip on site, or haul to the county transfer site.
Campfires are normally allowed year round and at night with a permit and only in established and approved campfire rings no larger than 3’ diameter and must use cut fire wood and/or charcoal briquettes. A shovel and bucket of water is required at every campfire and it must be dead out before you leave the site. Permits for campfires are free and available on-line, or at any of the district’s fire stations.
Remember, Your Fire, Your Responsibility - Forever!
BURN SEASON OPENED SATURDAY OCTOBER 15, 2016
EXPECT CLOSING MID MAY 2017
last updated 10/18/16
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.