Fire Danger Increases

The hot, dry weather, along with an increase in recent fire activity has prompted the Douglas Forest Protective Association to increase the fire danger to “HIGH” on all DFPA protected lands effective immediately.  The Industrial Fire Precaution Level will remain at IFPL 1 and Public Use Restrictions, which restrict or prohibit certain fire prone activities, […]

Termination of Burning Restrictions

Effective Tuesday, October 1, 2013 Douglas County Fire District No.2 will remove the District wide burn ban that has been in place since July 1st. Although weather conditions have brought about cooler temperatures and increased moisture, we should urge the public to use extra caution when burning and to comply with all applicable burning regulations. […]

Change in Fire Season Regulations

The Douglas Forest Protective Association has increased the fire danger to “extreme” for the Douglas District effective immediately.  The change in fire danger is a result of dry fuels, the current and projected weather forecasted, and the current fire situation on the Douglas District. Effective Immediately the following changes in fire season regulations will go […]

DCFD2 Burn Ban To Go Into Effect

Effective Monday, July 1, 2013 at 00:01 a.m. and until further notice, all open burning is prohibited within the service area of DCFD2 , including the communities of Dixonville, Green, Melrose, Winchester, Wilbur, Garden Valley, Umpqua and Calapooia; the City of Sutherlin; and unincorporated areas of the City of Roseburg. The ban aims to reduce […]