Is there anywhere I can't burn?

On January 1, 2007, the Washington Clean Air Act banned ALL burning in Urban Growth areas. 

You are also not allowed to have any type of burn within 50 feet of a structure. Additionally, no residential burns are allowed within 500 feet of forest slash.

This includes all incorporated city limits within Grant County. There are several areas within the Fire District boundaries as well, please contact (509) 765-3175 for further burn questions and to inform us of your scheduled burning.

Grant County Map: Urban Growth Areas

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1. What materials are illegal to burn in an outdoor fire?
2. What can I burn in an outdoor fire?
3. How much natural vegatation can I burn?
4. Can I use a burn barrel to burn natural vegetation?
5. What is the definition of Residential Burning?
6. Can I use a burn to clear off my land?
7. What is the definition of Land Clearing burning?
8. Is there anywhere I can't burn?
9. Can I burn at night?
10. What if the smoke is drifting over to my neighbors house?
11. What are some alternatives to burning?
12. What about agricultural burns?
13. What do I need to do to conduct a safe burn?
14. Where can I find more burning tips and restriction information?