Rain has finally doused the region, and fire danger in Oregon Department of Forestry-protected lands in and around the Tillamook Forest is now listed at “moderate” as of Wednesday at noon.
That doesn’t mean the risk is gone.
“Though the weather is changing, ODF is still catching new fire starts daily. Please continue to practice wildfire prevention as we transition to fall,” the state agency said Thursday afternoon.
With fire danger at moderate, OHV trails are now open all day.
Campfires must be kept to designated campfire rings only.
Las week, Industrial Fire Precaution Levels (IFPL) in the region dropped to the lowest level, IFPL 1.