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If your tree is still up, make sure you’re watering it and turning off lights when not in the same room. To dispose of it, there are a few options in Clark County that can be found here.
Although we usually focus on RV safety in the summer months, Fire District 3 wants to remind everyone that fire hazards can be present anytime an RV or travel trailer is used or plugged in, particularly in the colder seasons. Fire Safety for Recreational Vehicles Source: National Park Service https://www.nps.gov/articles/p52-rv-fire-safety-101.htm
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Summer 2022 edition (Note: A previous version contained the incorrect levy rate for 2022. In 2022, the fire levy has fallen to $1.34 per $1,000, not $1.36.)
FROM CLARK COUNTY FIRE MARSHAL DAN YOUNG: Vancouver, Wash. – Starting at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 15, all land clearing and residential burning in Clark County will be restricted until further notice. The Fire Marshal also is rescinding all burning permits issued prior to the ban. Permits can be reissued or extended when the banContinue reading “Clark County implements warm weather burn ban beginning July 15”
District acknowledges eight award recipients The public generally agrees that firefighters are heroes; they show up for emergencies, and they run toward danger while others are encouraged to flee. But their necessary knowledge of fire science, the expansive roles they play in the community, and their commitment to a challenging profession are also heroic. “NotContinue reading “Clark County Fire District 3 Celebrates Lifesaving Public Servants”