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DNR is the state’s largest on-call fire department with employees who fight fires on about 13 million acres of non-federal (private, state-owned and tribal) forest lands. DNR offers local fire districts support with fire protection and safety equipment requirements.  

Report a Forest Fire:  800-562-6010

Burn Risk Map -- Current Fire Danger in Your County


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Updates about DNR, federal, and local fire district response (Mobilization Act) fires are available from the following sources:

Fire Business and incident Management

Washington State Interagency Incident Management Teams (IMT)
Washington state offers five Interagency Incident Management Teams available to respond to wildland fires and other emergencies.
   Interagency Incident Management Team 2
  

 

 

 

 


Team Roster (78KB PDF)

Washington Interagency Incident Management Team (WIIMT) Handbook (1.12 MB PDF)

WIIMT Team Rotation

Incident Management Team Application

 Wildfire Summaries, Statistics & Reports

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Contacts

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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