Burn ban lifted – again

Beach bonfires can be added to your weekend agenda: the air quality burn ban has been lifted for King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish Counties. The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency says smoke levels have reduced to moderate or good in most areas.  “Winds have reversed, and we expect the British Columbia wildfire smoke to blow east again […]

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Burn ban lifted for King County

Even though the haze is still lingering, the air quality burn ban has lifted for King County and surrounding areas. That means bonfires and charcoal barbecues are okay for now, however, the fire safety burn ban in still in effect. Air quality burn ban lifted today in King, Kitsap, Pierce, & Sno Counties. (Fire safety […]

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Burn ban lifted for King County

The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has lifted the burn ban that was issued for King County on Wednesday. This means you can burn fires in your fireplaces and at Golden Gardens. “Agency forecasters were tracking a new weather system expected to arrive last night. Winds from that system are now dispersing the air pollution […]

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Stage 2 burn ban in effect

Unless your wood-burning fireplace is your only source of heat, you shouldn’t be using it, says the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency. “Stable weather conditions, combined with heavy use of wood-burning devices in our region, have created pollution levels that are unhealthy for sensitive group populations,” the agency website states. Because of the air quality, […]

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