From the Grays Harbor County Fire Marshal’s Office
Effective 12:01 a.m. Monday September 18, 2023. With the recent moderation in weather, the Grays Harbor County Fire Marshal’s Office and Fire Districts are lessening restrictions on outdoor burning in Grays Harbor County. The current burn restriction on residential yard waste and land clearing burning will remain until further notice. The restriction on campfires is lifted as described below:
- The use of charcoal briquettes and recreational campfires are allowed if built in improved barbeques, fire pits or in designated campgrounds, such as those typically found in local, county, state parks or commercial campgrounds.
- 사유지에서는 다음과 같이 승인된 방식으로 지을 경우 토지 소유주의 허가를 받아 캠프파이어를 할 수 있습니다:
- The campfire shall be no greater than 3 feet in diameter and constructed of a ring of metal, stone or brick 8 inches above the ground surface, with a 2-foot-wide area cleared down to exposed soil surrounding the outside of the pit.
- The campfire shall have an area at least 10 feet around it cleared of all flammable material and at least 20 feet of clearance from structures, overhead flammable materials and fuels.
- 캠프파이어에는 삽과 5갤런짜리 물통 또는 충전된 물 호스를 연결하여 불을 끌 수 있는 만 16세 이상의 책임자가 항상 참석해야 합니다.
- 캠프파이어는 물이나 축축한 흙을 붓고 모든 부분이 만져질 정도로 식을 때까지 삽으로 저어 완전히 끄세요. 대안으로 독립형 캠프 스토브 사용을 권장합니다.
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