Important Update on Coronavirus and our Response
Good Afternoon!
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
THIS AFTERNOON: Mostly sunny, 58°F
FORECAST FOR ASHFORD, WA:
Wednesday Afternoon: Mostly sunny. Cool. Temperature 58°F (Feels like 57°F). Relative Humidity 55%. 1% chance of precipitation. Northwest winds at 6 mph.
Wednesday Evening: Mostly clear. Chilly. Temperature 41°F (Feels like 38°F). Relative Humidity 90%. 2% chance of precipitation. Southeast winds at 5 mph.
Wednesday Night: Scattered clouds. Chilly. Temperature 39°F (Feels like 34°F). Relative Humidity 80%. 2% chance of precipitation. Southeast winds at 6 mph.
Thursday Morning: Partly sunny. Chilly. Temperature 39°F (Feels like 35°F). Relative Humidity 89%. 5% chance of precipitation. South winds at 6 mph.
Thursday Afternoon: A few showers. Partly sunny. Cool. Temperature 60°F (Feels like 60°F). Relative Humidity 41%. 28% chance of precipitation. New rainfall of 0.00 in possible. South winds at 10 mph.
Thursday Evening: A few showers. Overcast. Cool. Temperature 49°F (Feels like 46°F). Relative Humidity 76%. 37% chance of precipitation. New rainfall of 0.00 in possible. South winds at 6 mph.
Forecast Updated:
2021 RESPONSES
Calls To Date:
TYPE 2021 AVG DIFF
Total: 61 36 +69%
EMS: 48 (79%) 25 (69%) +92%
Fire: 12 (20%) 7 (19%) +71%
Other: 1 (2%) 3 (8%) -67%
Total in 2020: 356 (0.98 calls/day)
So far in 2021, we've had an average of 1.05 calls per day
As of Sunday, February 28, 2021
BURN PERMITS
Online Burn Permit Application
FIRE DANGER
Pierce County
LOW
Updated 03/03/2021
Lewis County
LOW
Updated 03/03/2021
BURN BANS
Pierce County
No Burn Ban
Effective 12/29/2020 03:08 PM
Lewis County
No Burn Ban
Effective 12/29/2020 03:08 PM
DNR Pierce County
No Burn Ban
Effective 12/29/2020 03:08 PM
DNR Lewis County
No Burn Ban
Effective 12/29/2020 03:08 PM
Gifford Pinchot NF/USFS
No Burn Ban
Effective 12/29/2020 03:08 PM
Air Quality
No Burn Ban
Effective 12/29/2020 03:08 PM
More Info: (360) 569-2752
Updated: 12/29/2020 03:14 PM by SRB
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PCFD#23 COVERAGE AREA

Our district covers an area of 67 square miles, including the communities of Ashford, Elbe, Alder, and Big Creek. We also provide and receive mutual aid with the surrounding areas of South Pierce Fire & Rescue, Eatonville Fire Department, Mineral Fire Department, and Mount Rainier National Park.

On the map below, you can view our coverage area. Using the search icon below the map controls, you can also enter your address and see if you reside within our boundaries. Feel free to navigate around the map, zooming-in and out as well as panning around it to find locations.

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