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Controlled Burning Continues on Saturday, March 20th: Siskiyou Mountain Park Could Have Some Smoke

As part of our fuels reduction efforts for wildfire​ safety, Ashland Parks and Recreation Commission (APRC) will manage a controlled burn today - Saturday, March 20th above Park Street in Siskiyou Mountain Park (SMP).  During pile lighting, there could be some smoke in the park. Please avoid SMP if you are sensitive to smoke. Crews are going slow and will monitor smoke closely. If you have questions/concerns please contact APRC at 541.488.5340 or email

For improved wildlife habitat and wildfire safety, Ashland Forest Resiliency is managing a controlled burn north of the Mt. Ashland ski exit. The controlled burn could be visible from parts of Interstate 5. We do not expect smoke to impact town. Fire Crews with Lomakatsi Restoration Project are monitoring smoke closely. 

Some Smoke in Siskiyou Mountain Park: 
  • Some smoke may impact trails in Siskiyou Mountain Park, please avoid this area if you are sensitive to smoke.
  • Smoke will be visible from several parts of the community including from Interstate 5 near the Mt. Ashland freeway exit.
  • See health information, check the Air Quality Index and see the watershed camera on
 More Information: Partners and the community are celebrating 10 years of work in the watershed. Learn more about how controlled burning is restoring forests in Oregon

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