Burn Ban has been LIFTED
October 11, 2017
CANNON BEACH, OR -
The Oregon Department of Forestry, Astoria District, announced that effective October 11, 2017 at 1200 hours (noon), Fire Season will officially end. With the end of fire season, logging operations are no longer subject to fire protection laws, such as maintaining fire equipment at logging sites. This area includes all State, private and BLM forest lands in the Northwest Oregon Area, which includes the Astoria, Tillamook and Forest Grove Districts of the Oregon Department of Forestry.
Burning permits are no longer required from the Oregon Department of Forestry for burn barrels or open burning. Burning of logging slash however does require a burning permit. The Clatsop County Fire Defense Board has lifted the county wide burn ban. If you live within a fire district, please contact your local fire department to inquire about burn permits.
The Astoria District provides forest fire protection to over 450,000 acres. For more information please contact the local ODF office at 503-325-5451.
This includes the areas within Cannon Beach RFPD. For more information send us an e-mail, call the station, or contact Chief Benedict.
September 08, 2017
CANNON BEACH, OR -
Effective today at 6pm (1800 hrs). All areas within Cannon Beaach RFPD will return to a LIMITED burn ban.
The following will be permitted, residential campfires, beach fires, and campground fires in designated areas will be allowed. If/when conditions dictate, these fires may be shut down. So please continue to check our facebook and website.
Please extinguish any campfire with water before leaving. Thank you and be safe.
For more burning inforation go to our Safety page here.
September 06, 2017
CANNON BEACH, OR –
Effective immediately Cannon Beach RFPD is instituting a COMPLETE burn ban until further notice.
No burning of any kind, including recreational, beach, or cooking fires, are allowed within Cannon Beach, Tolovanna, Arch Cape, Falcon Cove, and Cove Beach.
Camp fires in State parks and camp grounds are NOT allowed. TIKI Torches are NOT allowed.
This is due to the red flag warning along the Oregon Coast.
WHAT IS ALLOWED: Propane fires and BBQ's.
This notice in alignment with the Oregon Department of Forestry and the Clatsop County Fire Defense Board.
Please continue to check our Facebook, webpage or call our office for updates.