Chelan County burn information can be found at 


Current Fire Danger Status: LOW




Open burning is again permitted in our area. Piles should remain 4 ft x 4 ft or smaller, larger piles require DNR permitting. Means to extinguish must be at hand and the fire MUST be completely extinguished prior to walking away.

Please be mindful of excess smoke that may be a nuisance to your neighbors (a hot fire produces less smoke), please don't burn during wind events and always reduce the embers being emitted from your fire.

Thank you all for your willingness to comply during the restriction period and stay safe.

Mick Lamar, Fire Chief LWFR

Based on current weather conditions and the lifting of campfire 
restrictions by DNR in approved campgrounds residents of Lake Wenatchee 
Fire District can again have campfires in an approved fire pit effective 
today 9/20/2017. The description of what a fire pit should be, is listed 
on the Chelan County Community Development Website. Please have a means 
to extinguish close by, ensure the fire is completely out when walking 
away from brush or debris burning is allowed at this time. 
Hopefully debris burning restrictions will be lifted shortly. Thank you 
for your cooperation and compliance.



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