During a county-wide burn ban (aka Order Restricting Open Burning) or Disaster Declaration due to drought conditions or periods of high fire danger, recreational fires is strictly prohibited.
When a burn ban has been lifted, recreational fires are allowed with certain restrictions. Bonfires do require a permit that is used one time. Campfires, fires restricted to 2 feet by 2 feet in size do not require permits nor do you have to report them to the county.
As a courtesy, you can alert your local fire department. Please be mindful of your smoke in evening hour burns; winds usually die down in the evening and campfire smoke does not disperse into the atmosphere as easily and can offend your neighbors.