Report a forest fire: 911 and 800-562-6010
Check Inciweb for updated details about specific Washington wildfires.
Check Burn Risk Map for current fire danger in your county.
Updates about DNR, federal, and local fire district response (Mobilization Act) fires are available from the following sources:
- Northwest Interagency Coordination Center's morning briefing, updated each morning with the latest fire incidents within Washington and Oregon.
- DNR Statewide Fire Information Contacts
- Central Washington Interagency Communication Center
- Okanogan and Wenatchee National Forests Closures and Restrictions
- National Interagency Fire Center, Boise, Idaho
- Washington Military Department, Emergency Management Division
- Fire Mobilization Information
- Emergency Management Division (EMD) Wildfire Emergency
- Washington State Department of Transportation, on Twitter
- Washington Smoke Information
- Use our recreation map and click through to site-specific information on campgrounds or recreation sites closed do to wildfires.
- Watch for updates on our Facebook and Fire Twitter accounts.
For local details, consult with your local sheriff and county's emergency management services.
- Adams County: website
- Asotin County: website
- Benton County: website, facebook
- Chelan County: website, twitter, facebook
- Columbia County: website, facebook
- Douglas County: website
- Ferry County: website, facebook
- Franklin County: website
- Garfield County:
- Grant County: website, facebook
- Kittitas County: website, twitter
- Klickitat County: website
- Lewis County: website, facebook
- Lincoln County: website
- Okanogan County: website, facebook
- Pend Oreille:
- Skamania County: website
- Spokane County: website, facebook
- Stevens County: website
- Walla Walla County: website, facebook
- Whatcom County: website, twitter, facebook
- Whitman County: website, facebook
- Yakima County: website
What you can do
- Before the threat of a wildfire occurs, prepare your home and property for this possibility and pre-plan so you'll be ready.
- If you find yourself in a wildfire emergency, always follow the directions of public safety personnel. In an evacuation, use the "P's of Preparedness" to focus your efforts.
- As communities are impacted by wildfire, assist volunteer and service organization efforts to provide coordinated support to local emergency management offices.