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News Release
Lincoln County Fire Defense Board Begins Debris Burn Bans - 06/18/24

This message is being sent on behalf of the Lincoln County Fire Defense Board

Fire Agencies to begin Debris Burn Bans

The Lincoln County Fire Defense Board and the Oregon Department of Forestry have made the
decision to establish a consistent start and end date for the annual Debris Burn Ban in Lincoln
County. Taking into consideration the increasingly dry fuel models year after year, Debris Burn
Ban will begin annually, June 15th, 2024, and end October 15th, 2024. Individual fire districts
may choose to adjust the burn ban dates based on current weather conditions. The Fire Defense
Board has carefully selected these dates to provide a consistent schedule for the annual burn ban,
to allow the citizens to better plan for yard debris burning.

Agency Contact Information
North Lincoln Fire & Rescue: 541-996-2233
Depoe Bay Fire District: 541-764-2202
Newport Fire Department: 541-265-9461
Seal Rock Fire District: 541-563-4441
Central Coast Fire & Rescue: 541-563-3121
Toledo Fire Department: 541-336-3311
Siletz Fire District: 541-444-2043
Yachats Fire District: 541-547-3266
Oregon Dept. Forestry: 541-336-2273

This ban is specific to yard debris burning and does not include recreational campfires, portable
propane/patio fireplaces, or charcoal BBQ grills. Please check with your local fire agency for
details specific to each jurisdiction.

Reminder: Carelessness is the largest cause of wildfire.
Escaped fires of any kind resulting in property damage requiring efforts from a fire agency or
multiple fire agencies, may result in fines and individual financial responsibility for damages
caused and for fire response recovery, per Oregon Revised Statue; 476.920 - Billing owner of
property for cost of extinguishing fire.


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