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The Mason County Fire Marshal’s Office in partnership with the Mason County  Fire Chiefs’ Association, has determined that current weather conditions within Mason County have created substantial fire dangers and that there is a need to enact restriction on outdoor burning to all lands regulated by Mason County.   This burn ban applies to all outdoor burning, including land clearing, yard debris and recreational fires.  The use of gas and propane self-contained stoves and barbeques will continue to be allowed under the ban.

For further information, please contact the Mason County Burn Ban Information Line at (360) 427-7799.

 

*Lands protected by Department of Natural Resources (DNR) may have different restrictions.  To find out more information or determine if you are in a Department of Natural Resources area visit www.dnr.wa.gov or call the DNR South Puget Sound Region at 360-825-1631.

For additional information on outdoor burning and to see rules for recreational fires click here.

North Mason Regional Fire Authority History

 

The North Mason Regional Fire Authority began operation on January 1st 2014 following the combination of resources of Mason County Fire Districts 2 and 8.  Mason County Fire District 2 was originally known as the Belfair Volunteer Fire Department upon its inception in 1946.  The citizens of Belfair recognized the need to provide fire and emergency protection for their neighbors.  The North Mason Regional Fire Authority is proud to carry on the tradition in both Fire Districts of “neighbors helping neighbors”.  The North Mason Regional Fire Authority is proud to serve over 22 individual and unique neighborhood communities within the Fire Authority.  The Fire Authority provides around the clock firefighter staffing at Collins Lake Fire Station 27 and Belfair Fire Station 21 and it provides daytime weekday staffing at the Tahuya Station 81.

The North Mason Regional Fire Authority serves the community with 24 hour emergency responders.  The outstanding members of the Fire Authority are comprised of volunteer and professional firefighters, emergency medical technicians (EMT), paramedics, and Community Response Teams (CRT).  Essentially, the men and women of North Mason Regional Fire Authority are your “neighbors”.  We are here to serve this community in the protection of life and property, and to insure the wellbeing and safety of our citizens.  Using the mission statement from both Fire Districts, the North Mason Regional Fire Authority is committed to serving the community through the delivery of superior emergency and non-emergency programs.

 

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NMRFA 2015 Budget Hearing and Special Meeting Announcement

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