As of June 15, 2020 Backyard Burning in the Hoodland Fire District is closed!
HFD Burn Information line (503) 622-3463
While the fire danger remains low, recreational camp fires are still allowed.
Recreational fires need to be constantly attended by a competent person until the material is completely burned out or extinguished.
Adequate provisions should be made to prevent the fire from spreading. These provisions may include having a charged hose line, shovels, or other fire tools available and a fire line around the burn area.
WARNING: GASOLINE AND OTHER FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS ARE VERY VOLATILE AND DANGEROUS. DO NOT USE FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS TO START YOUR FIRE.
The following materials are prohibited from being burned:
- Uncut grass/vegetation
- Rubber products
- Household garbage
- Petroleum & petroleum-treated materials
- Industrial waste
- Any material that creates dense smoke or noxious odors.
Citizen concerns regarding fires:
- Call 9-1-1 to report a threatening hostile fire
- Call DEQ at (503) 229-5393 or (888) 997-7888 to report smoke complaints