As of October 25, 2022 there are NO burn bans in Kitsap County.
All rules governing outdoor burning still apply:
- A burning permit is required for all general outdoor burning.
- Burning permits may be obtained online from your local fire district.
- Burning is allowed only during daylight hours and must be attended at all times.
- Fires must be limited to no more than ten by ten in size, must be at least fifty feet from a structure, and a water supply and tools to control the fire must be available at all times.
- General outdoor burning is prohibited within city limits.
Those who have recreational fires are asked to always have a sufficient water source handy to put the fire out. Never leave any fire unattended as even small recreational fires can spread to surrounding areas.
David Lynam, Kitsap County Fire Marshal
[email protected] or 360.337.5777
Confused About Burn Bans?
There are different types of burn bans in Kitsap County. One is a permanent ban — prohibiting outdoor burning within Kitsap County’s urban growth boundaries. The others are measures to stop burning temporarily for health or fire safety reasons. Read more…
CKFR Outdoor Burning Information
Due to the revision in our State laws, CKFR was affected with a major change that affected the burn boundaries in our serving area. The change created a NO BURN ZONE that includes all of Silverdale and much of the area to the East and Southeast towards Bremerton. Read more…
Burn Ban Status