OUTDOOR BURNING IN CLARK COUNTY
Some residents of Clark County may burn vegetation that was grown on their property. To determine if you can burn on your property you can check the maps available on the SW Clean Air Agency website, or you can contact your local fire department.
If you are in an area where burning is allowed you must have a permit. You can pick up a permit for small fires at your local fire station or you can print the permit from the Clark County Fire Marshal's website. The permit is valid for one year. You must follow the conditions of the permit and have it on site when you burn.
To burn piles larger than ten feet in diameter you will need to contact the Clark County Fire Marshal for a special permit (360-397-2186).
All permits are suspended from July 15 to October 1 every year. Burning is banned during that time to restrict outdoor burning to more fire-safe times of the year.
Recreational campfires are allowed in approved fire pits in designated camp grounds and on private land. Recreational fires on private land must be built according to the following regulations: