Fire Department

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Burn Restrictions Lifted 

Due to increased fuel moistures in Western Washington, the Skagit County Fire Marshal has rescinded the total burn ban restriction and implemented a modified burn ban to allow recreational fires. 

The City of Anacortes has also rescinded the burn ban within City Limits and will allow recreational fires fueled with firewood or charcoal briquettes provided a valid Recreational Permit has been obtained

The burning of yard debris, garbage, or other non-approved materials is prohibited. While fuel moistures have increased, all residents should remain vigilant and burn responsibly. 


Recreational Fire Permits

As a reminder, a Recreational Burn Permit is required for all recreational fires within the Anacortes City limits. The burning of yard debris, garbage, or other non-approved materials is prohibited.

Burning of weeds with a propane torch is also prohibited.


Receive Emergency Alerts from Skagit County DEM

Register here to receive emergency alerts and notifications through the CodeRed Emergency Notification System.  This system is a great way to receive local, timely and critical information when it matters most.

This notification system, in conjunction with on-line resources such as the Skagit County Emergency Management Facebook page, Twitter feed, the Skagit County website and local media outlets, will be the best way to stay informed during hazard and emergency situations. You can chose to be notified on your home or cell phone, text messaging or email.


Mission

One Team ALWAYS There For You.

Values

Integrity - Accountability - Empathy - Communication

Commendation, Meritorious Service

We would like to hear from you if have received exemplary service, performance, behavior, attitude or achievement from one of our Department members. Submit the Commendation, Meritorious Service Form (PDF) to let us know.