RWelcome to Snohomish County Fire District #22
BURN BAN IN EFFECT, NO OUTDOOR BURNING ALLOWED. Small campfires in an approved fire pit for recreational purposes is allowed.
Are you Fire Wise? (The following information if from firewise.org.) With the dry weather and continued forcasts of dry weather we need to ensure that we have defensible spaces around our homes and buildings. Even on the west side of the mountains it is just as important as the east side of the state.
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This restriction bans outdoor burning.
Burn Ban Status
What is carbon monoxide?
Where does carbon monoxide come from?
What are the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning?
For more information on the dangers of CO poisoning, visit the FEMA website HERE.
Understand the new Washington State laws regarding carbon monoxide alarms. Requires Adobe Reader available as a free download HERE.
For more information on the mitigation of cooking fires, go HERE.
We are pleased to offer free smoke detectors to the residents we serve. If you are in need of a smoke detector, please do not hesitate to contact us.