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UPCOMING EVENTS !
CAMPFIRES ALONG LOCAL AREA BEACHES
Always check with the local jurisdiction and/or state parks to determine if beach campfires are permitted.
Local area beaches which allow burning will allow it as long as the fires are a MINIMUM OF 100 FEET from the dunes and a size no larger than a 3 foot diameter and 2 feet high. All beach fires are to be completely extinguished prior to leaving the beaches. The dunes are very susceptible to fire from wind-blown sparks. Please be vigilant and report unattended beach fires.
Outdoor Burning Restricted in Grays Harbor County
MONTESANO- Effective 12:01 A.M. Friday, July 14th, 2017, The Grays Harbor County Fire Marshals' Office, Fire Districts and Fire Departments will be enacting restrictions on outdoor burning.
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OUTDOOR BURNING RULES
For Unincorporated Grays Harbor County
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Emergency Management Role in Grays Harbor County
The Division of Emergency Management (DEM) is responsible for developing and maintaining a Countywide infrastructure for emergency/disaster preparedness, response, mitigation and recovery.
This is accomplished by means of a cooperative, multi-jurisdictional organization which includes the Cities of Aberdeen, Cosmopolis, Elma, Hoquiam, McCleary, Montesano, Oakville, Ocean Shores, Westport, the Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation, the Quinault Indian Nation, all 15 County Fire Districts and every Grays Harbor County Department.
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The Division of Emergency Management actively prepares for and participates in the following functions:
TsunamiReady helps community leaders and emergency managers strengthen their local operations by being sufficiently prepared to save lives in the event of a Tsunami through better planning, education and awareness. Although no community is tsunami proof, being TsunamiReady can help minimize loss to our community.
Grays Harbor County continues to hold both designations of StormReady and TsunamiReady.