Starting tomorrow September 13th at 6:00 am the fire danger level will drop from extreme to high in southwest Oregon. The Oregon Department of Forestry says this affects 1.8 million acres of the state.
Dropping to high allows for mowing before 10am or after 8pm. Chain saws, brush cutters and other power-driven equpiment are also allowed during that time frame.
This will also allow campfires in desginated campgrounds.
To see the full list of restrictions: http://www.swofire.com/p/fire-season-regulations.html
- Extreme fire danger level restrictions
- Fire Danger Level Drops to HIGH from EXTREME
- Campfires Banned in Oregon, Fire Danger Level 'Extreme'
- Fire Danger Level decreases to high
- Fire Danger Level Drops to 'Low,' Fire Season Continues
- Fire Danger Level Now Moderate
- Fire Danger Level Drops to 'Moderate' in Southwest Oregon
- Fire Danger Level Drops to 'High' in Southwest Oregon on Thursday
- Fire danger level to increase to extreme in Jackson and Josephine counties
- Fire danger level at HIGH throughout Rogue Valley