As of September 29, 2023 there are NO burn bans in Kitsap County.
The Kitsap County Fire Marshals office lifts the Stage 1 burn ban effective Friday, September 29, 2023. Outdoor burning may resume subject to normal area limitations and permitting requirements. “Recent fall rainfall has reduced the fire hazard locally,” says David Lynam, the County’s Fire Marshal, “A good deal of moisture has reduced the fire hazard to once again allow outdoor burning.”
Obtain burning permits and learn more about outdoor burning requirements and restrictions by contacting your local fire district:
- North Kitsap Fire and Rescue nkfr.org,
- Poulsbo Fire Department – poulsbofire.org
- Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue – ckfr.org
- South Kitsap Fire and Rescue = skfr.org
If you would like additional information you may call our main line at 447-3550.
David Lynam, Kitsap County Fire Marshal
email@example.com or 360.337.5777
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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
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Burn Ban Status