ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Industrial fire restrictions will be lifted in the Umpqua National Forest Tuesday.
Fire officials with the USDA Forest Service said last month provided lots of moderating conditions allowing them to drop the fire danger to a low status.
People are encouraged to still completely extinguish campfires entirely before leaving a site since campfires are permitted outside campgrounds.
Firefighters with the Umpqua National Forest put out 66 fires this year totaling almost 12 acres.
- Umpqua National Forest fire season ends
- Judge OKs logging project in Umpqua National Forest
- Umpqua National Forest crews fighting roughly 25 fires in Tiller area
- Man dead, woman injured after falling 70 feet from cliff in Umpqua National Forest
- South Umpqua Complex Fire burning 1,500 acres
- South Umpqua Complex Fire gaining ground
- Fire officials investigating possible arson at new Umpqua Health building
- Crews in place to battle South Umpqua Complex Fire
- Evacuation notice issued for South Umpqua Complex Fire
- South Umpqua Complex Fire burns nearly 12,000 acres