A burn ban goes into effect starting Sunday.
The Grays Harbor County Fire Marshal’s office announced that effective 12:01 A.M. Sunday, July 26th, 2020, restrictions will be in place on outdoor burning within the county.
The fire marshal said that the decision was made working with local fire districts due to the recent trend of warm and dry weather.
The restrictions include residential yard waste and land clearing burning on a temporary basis until conditions moderate.
Recreational campfires are allowed if built in improved fire pits in designated campgrounds, such as those typically found in local, county, state parks or commercial campgrounds.
On private land, campfires are permitted with the landowner’s permission if built in the following approved manner:
Completely extinguish campfires by pouring water or moist soil in them and stirring with a shovel until all parts are cool to the touch. The use of self-contained camp stoves is encouraged as an alternative.
Please contact your local fire district for further information and also the Washington State Department of Natural Resources for updates on burn restrictions at 1-800-323-BURN or visit their website at www2.wadnr.gov/burn-risk.
Contact ORCAA at 1-800-422-5623 or visit their website at www.orcaa.org.
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