SAVE THE DATE: APRIL 28TH
The Brinnon Fire Department is hosting an Emergency Preparedness meeting at Fire Station 41 on April 28th, 2014 at 6:00 PM. The Department of Emergency Management and Fire Chief will be present to discuss what kinds of hazards our community is vulnerable to and to discuss our response procedures and capabilties. Material will be available to take home, and we will have discussions on what you and your neighbors can do to prepare yourselves.
Click Below for CURRENT DNR Burn status in Jefferson County
July 1 - September 30th - Outdoor burning only permitted in established fire pits. Check DNR Fire Danger status before burning. No other outdoor burning. Please refer to Outdoor Burning Tab for detailed burning regulations. Burn barrels and burning garbage are illegal in Washington.
Brinnon Fire Department covers 132 square rural miles, consisting of wilderness, National Forest Land, and land managed by the Department of Natural Resources, residential, and commercial property owners. The department provides the following services to the community:
Basic Life Support and Intermiediate Life Support medical services and transport
Advanced Life Suppor (Paramedic) services