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News & Notices


September 8, 2022 Wildfire Smoke Could Impact Region this Weekend
The movement of wildfire smoke is notoriously hard to predict, but with fires to north, south, and east of ORCAA’s six-county jurisdiction (Clallam, Grays
August 30, 2022 Some Useful Links for You to Get Started
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July 17, 2022 Pacific County Fire Marshal calls Fire Safety BURN BAN
Pacific Countyimplemented a “Burn Ban” effective at Friday, July 15th until further notice. Pacific County joins the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) along
July 15, 2022 Jefferson County Fire Chiefs call Fire Safety BURN BAN
The Fire Chiefs of East Jefferson County, have called for a county-wide ban on outdoor burning other than recreational fires. This includes residential yard waste
July 15, 2022 DNR Calls Fire Safety Burn Ban for Western Washington
Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) News Due to increased wildfire dangers, all debris burning in DNR jurisdiction is prohibited in Western Washington, including
July 15, 2022 Grays Harbor County Fire Marshal Calls Fire Safety Burn Ban effective July 15, 2022
News Update: Burn Restrictions in Grays Harbor County Contact: Grays Harbor County Fire Marshal’s Office (360) 249-4222 Effective 12:01 A.M. Friday, July 15th, 2022 –  With the
July 14, 2022 Mason County calls Fire Safety BURN BAN
In concert with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), the Mason County Fire Marshal’s office will be restricting all burning for Permitted
July 13, 2022 Residential Burn Ban in Effect July 15 through Sept. 30 in Thurston County
Outdoor burning of residential materials in Thurston County is prohibited from July 15 through September 30 each year. This seasonal fire safety prohibition, crafted by the Thurston
June 30, 2022 Clallam County’s Annual Fire Safety Burn Ban enacted July 1, 2022
  From the office of the Clallam County Fire Marshal Clallam County Burn Restrictions The Clallam County Burn Restrictions will take effect July 1, 2022, and run
June 17, 2022 Be Smoke Ready: Get rewarded for reducing smoke by replacing your old wood stove
The Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) works to protect air quality for its citizens. One of the primary pollutants within ORCAA’s jurisdiction is

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