Burn Ban Expanded

In an emergency session of the Union County Board of Commissioners today, August 9, 2017, it was voted to expand the Burn Ban regulations. This expansion bans all fires outside incorporated cities within Union County. No fires of any kind are allowed except regulated agricultural field burning and gas barbeques. This expanded burn ban goes into effect August 11, 2017 at 12:01 am. To view the press release in its entirety, please click the link below.

8-8-17 burn ban

Regulated Fire Season to Begin

The Union County Emergency Services, in a press release, states that the Union County will begin regulated annual fire season on Saturday, July 1, 2017, at 12:01am, outside of city limits.

Union County Ordinance 2016-01 states that during regulated fire season no open burning shall be allowed on all public and private lands within rural fire protection district and outside of city limits on all other public and private lands in Union County. To read the ordinance in its entirety, please go to: www.union-county.org

For more information and what affects this may have on you, please click the link below:

Union County Regulated Fire Season

The regulated fire season will continue through September 30, 2017, unless the season is extended based on conditions at that time.

Lost & Found

A child’s bike was found recently at the Island City Cemetery.  If you think it might be yours, please contact Island City Hall at 541-963-5017 to identify the bike.


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