Tillamook Fire District Burn Issued Permits are available via online services. Use the button link below to request a new or updated burn permit.
If you DO NOT live in the fire district boundary please contact your local fire department for your permits Thank you
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All outdoor Burning CLOSED for Tillamook County
Effective July 15th until further notice. Expected Date for reopen 10/15/2022
Burning is CLOSED
Outdoor Open Burning is NOT ALLOWED
Burn barrels NOT ALLOWED
Small campfires and warming fires are often permitted.
Fires that may be permitted during the burn ban: Except during Red Flag Warning
Normally campfires are limited in areas free from combustibles and / or in improved campfire rings as identified by the Oregon Department of Forestry, County and State Parks. Beach fires are permitted in areas away from driftwood, beach grass, and below the high tide mark.
307.4.2 Recreational fires. Recreational fires shall not be conducted within 25 feet of a structure or combustible material. Conditions which could cause a fire to spread within 25 feet of a structure shall be
eliminated prior to ignition.
307.5 Attendance. Recreational fires and use of portable outdoor fireplaces shall be constantly attended until the fire is extinguished.
A minimum of one
portable fire extinguisher complying with Section 906 with a minimum 4-A rating or other approved on-site fire-extinguishing
equipment, such as dirt, sand, water barrel, garden hose or water truck, shall be available for immediate utilization.
Warming and Cooking fires have been generating unnecessary 911 calls in the transient camp locations.
Unless there is an immediate threat to surrounding structures, brush, and other exposures, please refrain from calling in smoke at these locations.
These individuals rely heavily on small fires in their camps to cook their food.
Emergency conditions such as high heat days with red flag warnings usually generate a full closure of ALL burning in the area. Please contact your local fire authority with any questions you may have.
Outdoor burning is regulated by the State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. DEQ regulations prohibit certain types of burning in selected areas based upon population. Permits are required for any type of burning.
Please Use the link(s) below to download the Oregon DEQ Outdoor Burning Guide and General Burn Regulations for Tillamook Fire District.
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Road Access & Water Supply requires a "Plans Review". Use the link below to download the Tillamook County Fire Defense Board Guidelines. Call 503-842-7587 ext. 7152 for further information.