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Burn Restrictions

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Idaho DEQ Burn Information

Current Burning Conditions

Important Message: With more people home right now during this COVID-19 pandemic, please consider voluntarily limiting wood burning (indoors/outdoors). Breathing smoke affects the respiratory system and is especially harmful to sensitive populations including youth, seniors, and those with underlying heart and respiratory conditions. Thank you! #InlandStrong #StayHomeStayHealthy

Outdoor Burning - Restrictions in Effect

Effective June 5, 2020: The WA State Department of Natural Resources has restricted rule burns and permitted burns in the Upper Basin FDRA of Spokane County. A map of the impacted areas can be found here

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has also restricted campfires and other activities on department-managed lands in Eastern Washington beginning July 1 to help reduce the risk of fire on state wildlife areas and water access areas. MOre can be found here


Please note: Burning outdoors is not an option in most areas of Spokane County, with the exception of recreational fires. Thank you for checking and please review all of the requirements related to outdoor fires in Spokane County.

Wood Heating

There are no restrictions on the proper use of wood heating devices at this time. Thank you for checking.

Help keep smoke to a minimum by following these wood heating requirements. There is always a limit on the amount of visible smoke coming from your chimney. 

Interested in replacing your old wood stove? Now is a great time with grant-funded incentives. Learn more.

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