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Controlled Burn South of Siskiyou Mountain Park on Wednesday, January 13th

On Wednesday, January 13th, the Ashland Forest Resiliency partners are conducting a controlled burn to clear piles south of Siskiyou Mountain Park. In the evening hours, Greenmeadows neighborhood and upper Clay Street will potentially have smoke. Lomakatsi Restoration Project fire crews will be on site to manage the controlled burn.   

Potential Smoke Impact 

  • The controlled burn is located close to hiking trails in Siskiyou Mountain Park, please avoid these if you are sensitive to smoke.
  • Greenmeadows and upper Clay street could have smoke in the evening hours. 
  • Smoke will be visible from parts of east Ashland and from south Interstate 5.
  • Follow precautions on Smokewise Ashland.
Stay informed by downloading the Nixle Application for your phone: Nixle Phone Application through Everbridge
 
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For the controlled burn map; areas highlighted in red are active controlled burns and those highlighted in yellow are being monitored. 

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