Permits & Forms
Prevention & First Aid
AS OF DUSK ON MAY 31, 2023 IT IS OFFICIALLY FIRE SEASON AND ALL DEBRIS BURNING IS CLOSED!
Small campfires and barbecues are still permissible unless prohibited by local HOA or community regulations. You must have a permit for a campfire and have the required fire suppression tools on hand, and only use established and approved campfire rings no larger than 3’ diameter. Campfires must use cut fire wood and/or charcoal briquettes to reduce the chance of sparks and smoke. No grass, pine needles, or brush may be burned.
The La Pine Fire District strongly encourages citizens to continue to FireWise homes & properties to protect them from wildfire.
If your fire gets out of control, CALL 911 – Remember, Your Fire, Your Responsibility
The La Pine Fire District is within both state and federal forestry departments, and their regulations affect all private, county, state, and local government lands within our district, creating what is called a dual jurisdiction. Due to fire danger, the following is prohibited, anywhere and anyplace:
Oregon Department of Forestry Restrictions
Click here to see if ODF has restrictions in place regarding campfire and debris burning, as well as chainsaw use. Please note these restrictions apply to all public and private lands throughout the La Pine Rural Fire Protection District.
Spring 2023 FireFree Yard Debris Disposal Events, click here for more details
PRESS RELEASE: LA PINE RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
ANNOUNCES NEW FIRE CHIEF, Click here for more details
Notice of La Pine Fire District Board of Directors Meeting and Budget Hearing
The Board of Directors of the La Pine Rural Fire Protection District will hold a Regular Board Meeting on Thursday, June 8, 2023, at 9:00 a.m. at the fire station located at 51550 Huntington Road, La Pine. Requests for public comment must be made in writing by US Mail or by emailing email@example.com and must be received by 3 p.m. the day prior to the meeting. The Zoom link for the meeting.
The meeting location is accessible to persons with disabilities. Complete agendas or request for interpreter for the hearing impaired or for the accommodations for persons with disabilities should be made at least 48 hours before the meeting through the district administrative office at 51590 Huntington Road, La Pine.
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