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Lake Chinook Fire & Rescue is located in Central Oregon in the high desert above Lake Billy Chinook. The District protects a population of approximately 250 year round residents. A popular year-round destination for hunting, fishing, camping and water sports, this protection district swells to over 4000 visitors on any given weekend during the summer. LCF&R provides fire, rescue and EMS services to approximately a 105 sq mile area.

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September 19th we will be reducing the current Fire restrictions. As we welcome the cooler temperatures and some precipitation, restrictions will be reduced but not eliminated completely. Rifle Range is open, Chainsaws use prohibited after 1pm Burn barrels are prohibited after 10am. All other outdoor burning is prohibited including campfires. Please call our Fire Prevention line for current fire restrictions 541-410-5077. Fire restrictions change may change daily.

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District Office 541-629-8911

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Lake Chinook Fire & Rescue District Board Meeting 2nd Friday 2:00PM Location: LCF&R. See Madras Pioneer.


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