Breathing smoke is harmful to everyone
Smoke contains microscopic particles that contain toxic compounds. When inhaled, fine particles collect in the lungs, causing damaging structural and chemical changes. These small particles also act as carriers for other toxic materials. Those at greatest risk include young children, the elderly, and those with existing heart or lung diseases.
Current Burn Status
Not in Effect
Information and rules about the different types of outdoor burning
Requirements for wood heating and how to have a safer, cleaner fire
There are different types of burn restrictions issued by different agencies for specific purposes.
What are recreational fires?
Recreational fires include camp and cooking fires, backyard barbecues, chimneas and other patio warmers that burn charcoal, natural firewood, or manufactured logs and pellets. The fires are limited to private property and designated areas on public lands when restrictions are not in place.
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