The Roseburg Fire Department will issue residential burning permits between Oct. 1 and Oct. 31. The permits are good for seven days and cost $64. Residential yard waste is the only material that may be burned, according to fire officials. Prohibited items include standing berry vines, paper, wood, plastics, tires, standing grass, weeds, construction material, and material from lot clearing. Burning may not be done on vacant lots or another person’s property. Fires must be monitored and extinguished prior to darkness. Tools to control or extinguish the fire must be on the site. To request a burning permit, call 541-492-6770 …
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