February 18, 2019
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Woodstove and Open Burning Program

Reduce particulate air pollution through education, intervention, collaboration, and necessary enforcement of residential wood smoke and open burning regulations.

Improve compliance with the Jackson County Air Pollution Ordinance by producing the daily wood burning and open burning advisories, responding to complaints, and conducting public education campaigns.

poor air quality


The Wood Burning Advisory is only
applicable for woodstoves and fireplaces
November through February.