Winter weather burn bans may be in effect; before any outdoor or silvicultural burning, check local conditions

Follow the outdoor burning rules before lighting any fire.
Follow the outdoor burning rules before lighting any fire.

Due to current and forecasted air quality in many parts of Washington, some clean air agencies have implemented burn bans.

DNR-regulated silvicultural burning is not allowed where an air quality burn ban has been declared. Air quality across the state is not expected to improve until the middle of next week.

For specific burn restrictions, go to DNR’s Fire Danger map and click on your county. Please follow the outdoor burning rules before lighting any fire.

Visit Department of Ecology’s air quality website to find your local clean air agency air quality and burn ban information. To find your local air monitoring site, visit Washington’s Air Monitoring Network.

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