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Burn Ban Lifted

The Kitsap County Fire Marshal announces that effective Friday, September 18 all outdoor burning may resume subject to the normal rules and regulations. Land clearing burning is still prohibited throughout the County and burning permits are required for general outdoor burning. Recreational burning may occur without burning permits. Permits may be obtained from your local […]

Burn Ban Downgraded to Phase I

Burn ban downgraded to Phase I(Port Orchard, WA) – The current Phase II burn ban has been reduced to a Phase I burn ban due to the rain this weekend. “The rain over the weekend was a welcome sight – and it provided some relief,” according to Kitsap County Fire Marshal David Lynam. “A good […]

Phase II Burn Ban

        KITSAP COUNTY FIRE MARSHAL’S OFFICE Contact: David Lynam, Kitsap County Fire Marshal (360)337-4442 July 10, 2015 Kitsap County Fire Marshal Announces Phase II Burn Ban (PORT ORCHARD, Wash.) – Continued hot and dry weather has elevated fire danger to high levels, so the Kitsap County Fire Marshal announced today that the county-wide ban […]

Phase 1 Burn Ban

Effective 8:00 a.m. 6/22/2015 all burning permits are rescinded throughout unincorporated Kitsap County. Recreational fires that are less than three feet in diameter and at least 25 feet from buildings and combustibles are allowed at this time as well as fires in outdoor fireplaces and campfires in approved locations in campgrounds.

Press / News Release

The Kitsap County Fire Marshal announces that due to the continuing hot and dry weather a Phase One Burn Ban will be implemented effective12:01 a.m.onMonday July 29, 2013.  Beginning Monday morning all burning permits are suspended and outdoor burning is prohibited – except for small recreational fires less than three feet in diameter, fires in barbecues and cooking appliances, outdoor fireplaces and campfires in approved fire pits and locations at established campgrounds. For additional information or instructions please contact your local fire department or the Kitsap County Fire Marshal at 337-5777.

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