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Idaho DEQ Burn Information

Outdoor Burning

No air quality or fire danger related restrictions are in place on outdoor burning. Please note that 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. 
 
Please note: During the hot, dry months (typically July - September) outdoor fires are restricted due to fire danger. This includes most recreational-type fires. Be sure to check back prior to burning outdoors. An easy way to stay informed of burn restrictions is to subscribe to the "Burn Ban" email service. Subscribe here.
 

Wood Heating Devices

No restrictions are in place on the proper use of wood heating fireplaces, wood stoves and fireplace inserts. Thank you for checking.  
 
Requirements must be met at all times, including a limit on the amount of visible smoke coming from your chimney. Please review these wood heating requirements.

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*If you don't have an adequate source of heat other than wood, please contact Spokane Clean Air for an exemption.  Click here for details.

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