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Burn Ban Lifted
As of 9/25/2014 at 0800 Mason County in conjunction with Department of Natural Resources and other area Counties has lifted the Burn Ban. Please review Mason County Burning Regulations prior to burning. Burning regulations can be found below.
Within the Belfair Urban Growth Area(UGA) there is a permanent burn ban in effect.
Burn piles may be no bigger than 4′ wide x4′ long x4′ high. Burn Barrels are illegal in Washington State. Washington State regulations state that only natural vegetation may be burned. Washington State defines natural vegetation as:
Unprocessed plant material from herbs, shrubbery, and trees, including grass, weeds, and leaves.
Prohibited materials include, but are not limited to:
Garbage, plastic, cardboard, paper*, construction/demolition debris including all types of lumber, dead animals, asphalt, petroleum products, paints, rubber, metal, or any substance that releases toxic emissions, dense smoke, and/or obnoxious odors when burned.
*A limited amount of paper is allowed to get a fire started but no more may be added after it has been ignited.
For a copy of the Mason County Burning Regulations click here:
Further information regarding burn bans in your local area and state wide can be obtained from ORCAA new online information center. This is accessed by clicking the link below.