Curtis Eavenson previously lifted the ban on recreational fires on Sept. 23
VANCOUVER – Clark County Interim Fire Marshal Curtis Eavenson has lifted the ban on outdoor debris-burning fires in unincorporated Clark County effective immediately. Eavenson previously lifted the ban on recreational fires on Sept. 23.
Eavenson urges residents to be vigilant when burning and always attend a fire until it is completely extinguished and cold to the touch.
The use of burn barrels is illegal in unincorporated Clark County. These regulations pertain only to areas outside city limits. Residents in cities should check with their municipality for regulations on recreational fires and other outside burning.
Permits are required for burning yard debris and land clearing. For more information, visit the county’s website at https://clark.wa.gov/community-development/outdoor-burning.
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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