Burn ban on DNR land lifted

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources today announced that the statewide burn ban on DNR-protected lands has been rescinded. Fire danger is reduced because of the recent rainfall and lower temperatures.

Restrictions set by local authorities are not affected by DNR’s action. The ban on outdoor burning in Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties is still in effect.

Residents are reminded to check with local authorities before burning.




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