No Burn Zones

ALWAYS CALL 1-800-323-BURN BEFORE YOU BURN FOR CURRENT BURN BAN INFORMATION.

 Wahkiakum  (360) 795-3301 Wahkiakum County does not have any No Burn Zones, though some may be designated in the future based on population density. 2
 Lewis SWCAA*
1-800-633-0709

Lewis County has nine No Burn Zones and more No Burn Zones may be designated in the future, based on population density.

No burning is allowed within the Urban Growth Areas of Centralia, Chehalis, Napavine, Pe Ell, Winlock, Toledo, Vader, Mossyrock or Morton. 1

Call 1-800-633-0709 to find out more or visit the Southwest Clean Air Agency to see a map of the No Burn Zone in your area.

 Cowlitz SWCAA*
1-800-633-0709

Cowlitz County has three No Burn Zones and more may be designated in the future, based on population density.

No burning is allowed within the Expanded Longview/Kelso No Burn Zone, which includes the cities of Longview and Kelso; densely populated areas bordering these two cities. No burning is allowed within the Urban Growth Areas of Woodland and Castle Rock.1

Call 1-800-633-0709 to find out more or visit the Southwest Clean Air Agency to see a map of the No Burn Zone in your area.

 Clark SWCAA*
(360) 574-3058
Fire Marshal:
(360) 397-2186

Clark County has five No Burn Zones, and more may be designated in the future, based on population density.
No burning is allowed within the southern Clark County No Burn Area, or within the Urban Growth Areas of Battle Ground, La Center, Ridgefield and Yacolt.1

Call 360-574-3058 to find out more or visit the Southwest Clean Air Agency to see a map of the No Burn Zones in your area.

 Skamania  SWCAA
1-800-633-0709
Skamania County does not have any No Burn Zones, though some may be designated in the future, based on population density.2
 1:  Except for camp/recreational fires under 3x3x2 feet, all outdoor burning of yard, forest and land clearing debris is permanently prohibited.  2: Burning natural vegetation outdoors is allowed on all non-federal lands in the county, except during temporary state or local burn bans to reduce the risk of air pollution or hazardous wildfires.  *SWCAA:
Southwest Clean Air Agency