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Controlled Burning South of Granite Street and off Ashland Loop Road

On Thursday, April 6, a private land burn will be managed for community wildfire safety south of Granite Street. A second private land burn is being managed by a private landowner off the Ashland Loop Road above Morton Street. 

County Burn Days on Private Land
During county burn days this spring, the community may see private land owners using controlled burning that are not part of Ashland Forest Resiliency (AFR). As a courtesy to private landowners and for community smoke planning, the City of Ashland can help with announcing larger burns on private property. When projects are planned as part of AFR, partners will continue notifying the public of all planned controlled burning for AFR. 

Two Controlled Burns on Private Land
  1. First burn location is in town and close to Ashland Loop Road a mile below White Rabbit Trailhead and, a second burn is south of Granite Street.
  2. Smoke is not expected to affect any roads or trails.
See Smokewise Ashland for recommended health actions Smokewise Ashland site resources you need to stay healthy when smoke is in the air.
Sign up for non-emergency controlled burn notifications For assistance in signing up for notifications, contact (541) 552-2218 or email 
Smoke impact low Smoke could impact areas near the controlled burn site.  
Stay in Touch.
  1. Text WATERSHED in the message line to 888777 for non-emergency text notifications about controlled burns in our area.
  2. Register for the AFR project email list.
  3. Follow City of Ashland and Ashland Parks and Recreation on Facebook.

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