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As of midnight tonight, all burning opens and we drop to Low Fire Danger in our area. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

The Fire Danger Rating for the Northeast Region is still HIGH. The Washington Commissioner of Public Lands issued a Commissioner’s Burn Ban Order to be in effect from September 25 – 30, 2020. DNR uses burn restrictions and when conditions warrant, a Commissioner Order Burn Ban, as a tool to reduce human-caused wildfires during extremely hot and dry weather conditions. Even though the Commissioner’s Burn Ban Order will have elapsed, a burn restriction is still in place prohibiting outdoor fires on state, county, city, and private land in our area under DNR fire protection. Restricting campfires and debris-burning helps to reduce the likelihood of potentially destructive and dangerous wildfires.

For any questions relating to possible burn restrictions within the Colville National Forest, contact the Colville National Forest online, or call (509) 684-7000. For the most current updates about the Colville National Forest, please follow them on Facebook at and Twitter at
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4 months ago

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Fire Danger is Low. No Burn Bans in effect. If you have a written permit, burning is allowed subject to the conditions of your permit. Rule burns, not to exceed 4 feet in diameter, are allowed for forest debris from property that is not improved.

Effective Friday, July 31, Campfires & recreational fires are prohibited in Pend Oreille County