Burn ban extended in South King County | Mountain View Fire and Rescue

Mountain View Fire & Rescue is extending the seasonal burn ban until further notice due to hot, dry weather.

  • Thursday, August 31, 2017 11:00am
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Mountain View Fire & Rescue is extending the seasonal burn ban until further notice due to hot, dry weather.

No burning of yard vegetation (this requires a permit from the district, but closed even with a permit).

Due to fire danger, the district discourages any recreational fires.

Rules related to recreational fires can be found at www.mvfire.org, click on the “Burn Permit” button, and open the PDF file “Recreational Fire Information” on this page.

The district will open yard waste burning when conditions permit. Visit the district web page for this and further information.

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