ROSEBURG, Ore. – Fire danger is officially at high on all 1.6 million acres of property protected by the Douglas Forest Protective Association.
It went into effect at 12:01 this morning. A high fire danger level changes the shutdown times for several activities for the public.
Between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. the following activities are prohibited:
- Cutting, trimming and mowing of dried or cured grass.
- Cutting, grinding or welding of metal for non-industrial purposes
- Use of power saws for non-industrial purposes
- Use of power-driven machinery
The industrial fire precaution stayed at level 2.