Grays Harbor Burn Restriction

grays harbor Burn-Ban

Submitted by Grays Harbor County Fire Marshal

Effective 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 12, 2024.  With the continued trend of warm and dry weather and fire danger the Grays Harbor County Fire Marshal’s office and Fire Districts are enacting further restrictions on outdoor burning in Grays Harbor County until conditions moderate. 

Recreational campfires, charcoal and wood burning devices, residential yard waste and land clearing burning are prohibited until further notice.

The use of natural and propane gas burning self-contained camping stoves and natural and propane gas burning portable fire pits is allowed.

*** For information about fires on local BEACHES, visit ***
Alerts | Washington State Parks or call

Washington State Parks: 360-902-8844

For more information on local fire restrictions

Fire Districts:  Emergency pages of the local telephone book

Grays Harbor County:  Fire Marshal’s Office at 360-249-4222

City Fire Departments:  Government pages of the local telephone book

Washington State Department of Natural Resources:  Pacific Cascade Regional Office at 360-577-2025, orOlympic Region Office at 360-374-2800, or their Fire Center at 360-575-5089

Olympic Region Clean Air Agency:  1-800-422-5623

Olympic National Park 360-565-3130
Olympic National Forest:  360-956-2402

For daily updates on burn restrictions

For information about fires on local BEACHES, contact:

Washington State Parks: 360-902-8844

For more information on local fire restrictions:

Fire Districts:  Emergency pages of the local telephone book

Grays Harbor County:  Fire Marshal’s Office at 360-249-4222

City Fire Departments:  Government pages of the local telephone book

Washington State Department of Natural Resources:  Pacific Cascade Regional Office at 360-577-2025, orOlympic Region Office at 360-374-2800, or their Fire Center at 360-575-5089

Olympic Region Clean Air Agency:  1-800-422-5623

Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest:  360-565-3121

For daily updates on burn restrictions:

Contact DNR at 1-800-323-BURN or visit the website.

Contact ORCAA at 1-800-422-5623 or visit their website.
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