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Burn Ban lifted in Gilliam Co.

The burn ban has now been lifted for Gilliam County as of October 15, 2020. However, there regulations we ask are followed when burning in Gilliam County.

For all burning within the county the responsible party must have fire suppression equipment available, remain on site for the duration of the burning, and the fire must be extinguished by sunset. All burning in Gilliam County, City of Arlington, and City of Condon must be reported to dispatch at 541-384-2080.

In addition, within the city limits of Arlington, you must ALSO obtain a burn permit from the city. The burn ban for Gilliam County will go in effect on June 1, 2021 at 12:01am, which will restrict all burning, with the exception of agricultural burning which will still need to be called in to dispatch at 541-384-2080.


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