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Current Air Quality


Burn Restrictions

Burning Restrictions


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Outdoor Burning Rules

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Idaho DEQ Burn Information

Current Burning Conditions

Important Message: With more people home right now during this COVID-19 pandemic, please consider voluntarily limiting wood burning (indoors/outdoors). Breathing smoke affects the respiratory system and is especially harmful to sensitive populations including youth, seniors, and those with underlying heart and respiratory conditions. Thank you! #InlandStrong #StayHomeStayHealthy

Wood Heating

There are no restrictions on the proper use of wood heating devices at this time. Thank you for checking.

Help keep smoke to a minimum by following these wood heating requirements. There is always a limit on the amount of visible smoke coming from your chimney. 

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Interested in replacing your old wood stove? Now is a great time with grant-funded incentives. Learn more.

Outdoor Burning 

There are no restrictions on outdoor burning at this time—but please note: Burning outdoors is not allowed in most areas of Spokane County, with the exception of recreational fires. Please review all of the requirements related to outdoor fires. 

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