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Burn Ban Information

Pierce County:
Outdoor burning allowed with permit
As of: 09/17/2018 12:00 AM

Lewis County:
Outdoor burning allowed with permit
As of: 05/15/2019 12:01 AM

DNR Pierce County:
Debris burning on forested or DNR protected lands within Pierce County is not allowed. There are no restrictions on recreational fires.
As of: 05/09/2019 12:01 AM

DNR Lewis County:
Debris burning on forested or unimproved lands within Lewis County is not allowed. There are no restrictions on recreational fires.
As of: 05/09/2019 12:01 AM

Air Quality:
No burn ban
As of: 08/23/2018 01:00 PM

More info: (360) 569-2752

Updated:
05/15/2019 09:31 AM by mm



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Station 88
136 Osborn Road, Ashford, WA

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Station 88 is located in Paradise Estates, across the Nisqually River, just into Lewis County. The station and apparatus are owned by the citizens of Lewis County Fire District #17, and are operated under contract with Pierce 23 Fire & Rescue. The station houses 3 vehicles and has an office/storage room.

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Aparatus Assigned to Station 88

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Engine 88
1979 Ford FMC

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Tender 88
1964 Kieser 5 Ton

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Aid 88
1994 Ford Braun







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