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 Fire Information & Prevention 

Fire Information & Prevention -- Wildland fire. 

We are the State of Washington’s largest on-call fire department. Our 1,200 permanent and temporary employees fight fires on more than 12 million acres of private and state-owned forest lands. Our fire protection and safety equipment requirements help your local fire district respond to wildfires. We also work with the National Weather Service to provide the fire weather forecasts and fire precaution levels that firefighters, forest landowners, the forest industry, and you need.

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Wildfire Prevention
Did you know that 85 percent of Washington’s wildfires are caused by people? Be careful and help prevent wildfires. 

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 Publications

Maps

rec_map_a.pdf   Concept A Map  (4.32 MB  PDF)
Concept A Map

amp_rec_ltmurray_greendot_map08_2010.pdf   LT Murray Cooperative Road Mgmt Area Map (March 2013)  (1.48 MB  PDF)
LT Murray Cooperative Road Mgmt Area revised (March 2013). For SE region recreation page.

rp_fire_phaseII_2011_map.pdf   High and Moderate Fire Risk Areas  (169.5 KB  PDF)
WUI High Risk Communities and Statewide Assessment High and Moderate Risk Areas in Washington, July 2011

amp_rec_sites_reducedservices2009.pdf   Reduced Services at DNR Recreation Sites  (686.9 KB  PDF)
Reduced Services at DNR Recreation Sites - updated map

amp_rec_sites_reducedservices2009.jpg   Reduced services at DNR recreation sites  (1.09 MB  JPG)
Updated map of reduced services at DNR recreation sites

Forms

fp_policy_tfw_policy_monthly_workload_v_8_25_14_20141024.pdf   TFW Policy Committee – Monthly Workload  (109.5 KB  PDF)
TFW Policy Committee – Monthly Workload

rp_fire_ffpindex.pdf   Firefighter Property Program  (103.7 KB  PDF)
Firefighter Property Program Instructions.

amp_rec_fwp_req_form.docx   Forest Watch Patrol Request Form  (73.0 KB  DOCX)
Forest Watch Patrol Request Form that must be completed and turned in to the DNR representative in advance for approval and support.

amp_rec_observation_report.pdf   Forest Watch Program Observation Report  (145.5 KB  PDF)
Forest Watch Program Observation Report for volunteers.

amp_rec_daily_stat_rpt.docx   Forest Watch Program Daily Statistic Report  (134.7 KB  DOCX)
Forest Watch Program Daily Statistic Report for volunteers.

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Resource Protection Division
General Questions & Information
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
360-902-1300
Fax 360-902-1757
RPD@dnr.wa.gov

Report a Forest Fire
1-800-562-6010

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