Pacific County Implements Burn Ban



Pacific County is implementing a “Burn Ban” effective at 12:01 A.M. Tuesday, June 23, 2015. Pacific County Fire Districts and Fire Departments in cooperation with the Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Olympic Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) will be enacting restrictions on all outdoor burning. All residential burning associated with land clearing will be prohibited until further notice.


The Burn Ban applies to all outdoor burning except recreational cooking fires in approved fire pits that are limited to 3-feet in diameter and 2-feet in height. Fires for debris disposal are not considered recreational and are not allowed under any circumstances.


Please contact your local fire district for further information and also the Washington State Department of Natural Resources at: for further information about fire regulation’s on public lands.


You can also contact our office in Long Beach at 642-9382; or South Bend at 875-9356.



Tim Crose

Assistant Director of Community Development

Fire Marshal-Building Official


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The Raymond Fire Department provides fire protection and rescue for the City of Raymond and Pacific County Fire District #3. We also provide Emergency Medical Services for North Pacific County.


Our department was established in 1906, approaching our second century of service to our community. We are a combination department with 11 Paid Staff and 40 Volunteers.


Headquarters at the Raymond Station, the Raymond Fire Department partners with the North Pacific County Emergency Medical Services District One (NPCEMS), Pacific County Fire District #3, South Bend Fire Department, Pacific County Fire District #6 (Bay Center), Pacific County Fire District #7 (Nemah) and Pacific County Fire District #8 (Rural South Bend), providing emergency services.


EMS services are operated out of 6 stations throughout North Pacific County. Fire Protection operates out of three stations, Raymond, Menlo and Lebam.

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Raymond Fire Dept. Alarm Summary

Runs for 2015 (Through July)


  • Emergency EMS 601
  • Emergency Fire  47
  • Hospital Transport 132

Runs For July 2015


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