Outdoor Burning Information
Burn Restrictions Lifted
The burn restrictions which were implemented on July 7, 2017, are being lifted effective today, September 25, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. PT. Outdoor recreational fires, including campfires, are now allowed to resume throughout all unincorporated areas of Spokane County, cities of Spokane and Spokane Valley. Citizens may also use backyard barbecues, chimineas, portable outdoor fireplaces, fire pits or other patio/deck warmers, as long as approved fuel is used and other requirements are satisfied.
As a reminder, there may be other burning restrictions in place concerning air quality within the region. For information regarding air quality restrictions, please contact Spokane County Regional Air Agency's burn information hotline: 509-477-4710 or visit their website. More Information Visit the Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency and Washington State Department of Natural Resources for other burning information and air quality restrictions.
Visit the Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency and Washington State Department of Natural Resources for other burning information and air quality restrictions.
|City of Liberty Lake||Greg Rogers, Fire Marshal||(509) 928-1700|
|Town of Millwood||Greg Rogers, Fire Marshal||(509) 928-1700|
|City of Spokane||Mike Miller, Fire Marshal||(509) 625-7040|
|City of Spokane Valley||Greg Rogers, Fire Marshal||(509) 928-1700|
|Spokane County, Unincorporated||Randy Vissia, Director, CBO, ACO||(509) 477-7127|
|Spokane County, State Protected Lands||WA State Department of Natural Resources||(509) 684-7474|
|Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency||Lisa Woodward||(509) 477-4727 Ext. 115|
|Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency||Mark Rowe||(509) 477-4727
|Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency||Stephanie May||(509) 477-4727 Ext. 125|
|Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency||Mike Makay||(509) 477-4727 Ext. 112|