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Thursday, September 15, 2016
Fire Restrictions to be lifted in West Central Idaho Mountains late Thursday night
BOISE, Idaho – With the reduced risk of wildfires due to cooler temperatures and precipitation in the area, state and federal wildfire officials will lift Stage 1 Fire Restrictions within the West Central Idaho Mountains effective Thursday, Sept. 15, at 11:59 p.m.
Stage 1 Fire Restrictions will be lifted on forest and rangelands managed by the Boise National Forest, Boise District BLM, Idaho Department of Lands and other state and private lands within:
For a map of the Treasure Valley and West Central Mountain Zones visit: Idaho Fire Information.
For a map of the West Central Mountain Zone visit:
Lifting the restrictions means the public is free to build a campfire, use a charcoal barbeque or sheepherder stove outside of designated campgrounds and recreation sites. Fire managers remind people to use water to put out all campfires and to soak all charcoal and hot ash from barbeques and stoves.
The BLM Fire Prevention Order remains in effect for all BLM managed lands within the state of Idaho. This order prohibits discharging, using, and possessing fireworks; discharging a firearm using incendiary or tracer ammunition; burning, igniting or causing to burn any tire, wire, magnesium, plastic or explosive material, including exploding targets that may cause a fire.
More information is available at Forest Service, BLM and IDL offices. Current fire restrictions throughout the state are available a http://www.blm.gov/id/st/en/prog/fire/restrictions.html and http://idahofireinfo.blogspot.com/fire-restrictions.html.