Current Burn Ban Information

Click on a county, in the map below, to view its current burn ban status.

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Map Updated: 12/11/17 @ 1645

     



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Governor Declared 
Burn Ban


County Declared
Burn Ban


Adair County - 14 Days - 12/7/17 - 12/20/17
Alfalfa County - 14 Days - 12/11/17 - 12/24/17
Atoka County - 14 Days - 12/4/17 - 12/17/17
Carter County - 14 Days - 12/4/17 - 12/17/17
Cimarron County - 14 Days - 12/4/17 - 12/17/17
Coal County - 14 Days - 11/30/17 - 12/13/17
Haskell County - 7 Days - 12/11/17 - 12/17/17
Harper County - 14 Days - 12/11/17 -12/24/17
Jefferson County - 7 Days - 12/11/17 - 12/17/17
Latimer County - 7 Days - 12/11/17 - 12-17/17
LeFlore County - 7 Days - 12/11/17 - 12/17/17
Love County - 14 Days - 12/5/17 - 12/18/17
Marshall County - 12/11/17 - 12/17/17
Mcintosh County - 7 Days - 12/11/17 - 12/17/17
Pittsburg County - 7 Days - 12/11/17 - 12/18/17
Sequoyah County - 8 Days - 12/11/17 - 12/18/17
Texas County - 14 Days - 12/11/17 - 12/24/17
Wagoner County - 7 Days - 12/11/17 - 12/17/17





Ozone or 
Particulate Matter Watch 
Declared Burn Ban



Note:  Each County Board of County Commissioners is required by law to notify a number of entities, including Oklahoma Forestry Services (OFS), on the same day that any burn ban resolution is passed either placing a ban in effect or canceling such ban.  This website reflects only those counties which have informed OFS of the status of such a resolution. 

For historical information regarding county-declared burn bans
 please contact that particular County Commissioners Office.

 Burn Ban Law from the Oklahoma Forestry Code (Statutory Reference: O.S. § 16-26) Includes Governor's Burn Ban and County Commissioner's Burn Ban