Important Update on Coronavirus and our Response
Good Morning!
Saturday, January 28, 2023
THIS AFTERNOON: Passing showers, 42°F
FORECAST FOR ASHFORD, WA:
Saturday Afternoon: Passing showers. Cloudy. Chilly. Temperature 42°F (Feels like 38°F). Relative Humidity 80%. 27% chance of precipitation. New rainfall of 0.09 in possible. North winds at 6 mph.
Saturday Evening: Scattered clouds. Cold. Temperature 31°F (Feels like 26°F). Relative Humidity 69%. 5% chance of precipitation. Southeast winds at 5 mph.
Saturday Night: Passing showers. Clear. Cold. Temperature 22°F (Feels like 17°F). Relative Humidity 77%. 16% chance of precipitation. New rainfall of 0.01 in possible. Southeast winds at 4 mph.
Sunday Morning: Sunny. Cold. Temperature 25°F (Feels like 25°F). Relative Humidity 60%. 0% chance of precipitation. Northeast winds at 2 mph.
Sunday Afternoon: Sunny. Chilly. Temperature 35°F (Feels like 30°F). Relative Humidity 38%. 0% chance of precipitation. Northwest winds at 6 mph.
Sunday Evening: Clear. Cold. Temperature 22°F (Feels like 17°F). Relative Humidity 64%. 0% chance of precipitation. Southeast winds at 4 mph.
Forecast Updated: 1/28/2023 11:00 AM
2022 RESPONSES
Calls To Date:
TYPE 2022 AVG DIFF
Total: 372 290 +28%
EMS: 267 (72%) 208 (72%) +28%
Fire: 86 (23%) 56 (19%) +54%
Other: 19 (5%) 25 (9%) -24%
Total in 2021: 472 (1.30 calls/day)
So far in 2022, we've had an average of 1.02 calls per day
As of Saturday, December 31, 2022
BURN PERMITS
Online Burn Permit Application
FIRE DANGER
Pierce County
LOW
Updated 01/28/2023
Lewis County
LOW
Updated 01/28/2023
Gifford Pinchot NF/USFS
LOW
Updated 01/28/2023
BURN BANS
Pierce County
Effective Monday, August 5, 2022 at 08:00 AM.
Effective 10/24/2022 08:01 AM
Lewis County
Effective 12:01 A.M., July 15, 2022, To obtain an Open Burning Application and Permit, you may apply on-line at https://burnpermit.lewiscountywa.gov/ or in person at the Lewis County Fire Marshal’s office.
Effective 10/25/2022 08:00 AM
DNR Pierce County
Effective October 25, 2022 at 12:01 AM. Rule burning and permit burning are allowed. Campfires are allowed in approved, designated campgrounds only.
Effective 10/25/2022 12:01 AM
DNR Lewis County
Effective October 25, 2022 at 12:01 AM. Rule burning and permit burning are allowed. Campfires are allowed in approved, designated campgrounds only.
Effective 10/25/2022 12:01 AM
Gifford Pinchot NF/USFS
No fire restrictions are in effect.
Effective 10/25/2022 12:01 AM
Air Quality
No Burn Ban
Effective 12/29/2020 03:08 PM
More Info: (360) 569-2752
Updated: 10/26/2022 12:30 PM by mm
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STATION 85
50602 Mountain Hwy E, Eatonville, WA 98328

Station 85 is located just east of the junction of Mountain Highway East (SR 7) and Alder Cutoff Road. The station was acquired by District 23 in 2009 and is a former Washington Department of Natural Resources work center. Three separate buildings are on the site. The apparatus bays house 5 fire and special rescue apparatus. A 3 bedroom house, currently being upgraded, houses resident firefighters. The third building is currently being renovated to be the department's training center.

Station 85 - 50602 Mountain Hwy E, Eatonville, WA 98328

When completed, the training center will have an office for the Training Officer, as well as a large classroom and storage. Onsite training equipment currently includes a multi-pitch roof prop, a customizable search & rescue maze, and a rescue/bail-out prop, with more to come in the future.

Station 85 Training Center
Apparatus Assigned to this Station

Engine 85 - 1995 International 4000 - 750 gal
Tender 85 - 1994 International 4900 - 1500 gal
Marine 85 - Mercury Zodiak
Aid 85 - 2004 Type 1 Ford F350
Utility 85 - 2005 Chevy