Pacific County burn ban officially announced

There is a burn ban in effect immediately in Pacific County. The announcement was made by the Pacific County Department of Community Development.

This official statement follows the announcement last week by ORCAA that both Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties are under bans.

Recreational campfires are still allowed if built in fire pits no larger than 3 feet in diameter and less than 2 feet high.

ORCAA has said that local beaches which still allow burning as long as the fires are a minimum of 100 feet away from the dunes.

already has a Burn Ban in place until September 30th for all DNR land.

Additional restrictions may apply for your area on outdoor burning, contact your local fire station’s non emergency number with any questions.

The bans will run through September 30th.




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