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Where do I get my firewood permit?


Monday-Friday | 8am-5pm
SROA Admin Office
541-593-2411

Daily | 8:30am-4:45pm
SROA Member Services
(located at SHARC)
541-585-3147

FAQs

  • How big is a cord of wood?
  • How should I stack my firewood?
  • Where on my property should I stack my wood?
More FAQs

Firewood Collection & Permits

Wood rounds generated from common areas for Ladder Fuels Reduction (LFR) is available to Sunriver property owners in good standing on a first come, first serve basis.


Firewood Permits

  • A free permit and load tags are required from SROA to collect and/or transport firewood that is generated from ladder fuels reduction projects within Sunriver.

  • The owner of record for the property must apply for the permit. Owners are allowed one permit annually per property for the collection of up to five cords of wood. The member who obtained the permit must be on site during wood collection.

  • Firewood permits are issued to the owner of record to collect up to five cords a year. A cord of wood is a neatly stacked 4 feet high by 8 feet long by 4 feet deep.

  • SROA’s permit and load tags ensure owners are compliant with state law (ORS 164.813), maintain collection equity and reduce non-owner wood theft.

Call SROA at (541) 593-2411 for locations where wood may be available.


Firewood Collection

Here are a few key reminders for collection wood and firewood tag use.

Please take time to read the Complete List of Firewood Collection & Load Tag Rules.

For SROA Owners Only
Firewood is for Sunriver property owners only. The owner of record of the property receives the permit.

1 Load Tag = 1/2 Cord
A load tag is required for each transport of wood. 1 load tag = 1/2 cord of firewood or portion thereof (with a max of 5 cords allowed annually per property.

Permit Holder Must Be On-site
At the time of collection the permit holder must be on-site and the permit must be prominently displayed on the dashboard of vehicle.

Parking Requirements While Collecting
Vehicles are required to park on one side of the road or lane NOT blocking traffic or access to emergency vehicles (parallel to the road surface with at least two wheels on pavement). No parking on pathways or commons.

No Chainsaws or Splitters
Firewood collection is for SROA-generated rounds only. No chainsaws or splitter use allowed on commons.

Permits Non-Transferable
SROA firewood permits and load tags are not transferrable, not intended for resale, non-refundable and does not guarantee wood availability.

Please refer to section 29.03 of the Design Committee Manual of Rules & Procedures for firewood stacking requirements.


 

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