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Lincoln County Burn Ban

UPDATE – Lincoln County Fire Defense Board – Complete Burn Ban Beginning 08/11/21

Due to the Excessive Heat Warning and Red Flag Warning issued by the National Weather Service; and Oregon Department of Forestry moving to Extreme Fire Risk in Lincoln County, The Lincoln County Fire Defense Board, and the nine fire protection agencies have moved the Complete Burn Ban from Friday, August 13, to today, Aug. 11, at 5 p.m.


UPDATE – Lincoln County Fire Defense Board – Complete Burn Ban Beginning 08/13/21

  • Oregon State Parks will also be restricting campfires in their State Park campgrounds here in Lincoln County 08/13/21 to coincide with local restrictions – their website will be updated soon. Open Flames Restriction Page
  • Clarification regarding use of portable propane fire pit devices:
    • State Parks – portable cooking stoves using liquefied, or bottle fuels and propane/liquid-fueled lanterns are allowed, though propane fire pits are not
    • All other businesses, residential properties to check with their local fire district.


A Lincoln County burn ban will take effect 8 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13, due to extreme fire danger fire officials say.

The Lincoln County Fire Defense Board and the nine fire protection agencies announced the closing of all burning as local fire departments continue to assist other areas in Oregon with active fires. Assisting with the fires has limited resources, making it difficult to respond to a wildland fire.

The burn ban will remain until further notice. Fire officials said if conditions improve the ban will be lifted.

Lincoln County’s ban applies to: wood, charcoal, and other flame sources that cannot be turned off with a valve. Liquid fuel stoves or cooking devices that can be turned off with a valve are permitted but cannot be left unattended. The ban includes fires on the beaches and day use park areas, commercial, private and county campgrounds.

Justin Werner
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  1. After last year I thought ban would have been here already don’t take much dry weather anymore to dry things out. This little sprinkle of rain were getting now is just a drop in the bucket it will evaporate soon as sun hits and ground is like sponge just sucks it up.


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