Stevens County Burn Ban Lifted 10/15/2017

The Stevens County burn ban has been lifted. Please still be careful when burning as there is still a lot of dry grass and brush. Also, all fires must be attended and you must have a way to extinguish the fire. You can only burn natural vegetation in its original state. No construction debris, garbage, or tires. Suncrest, Clayton and Springdale are UGA’s. ( urban growth areas) and no burning is allowed except for recreational fires. A recreational fire is one with dry seasoned fire wood. Be safe while burning.

Burn ban lifted for recreational fires 09/22/2017

Posted on: October 5, 2017

Burn ban lifted for recreational fires in Stevens County:

OPEN BURNING is still prohibited in the unincorporated areas of Stevens County until further notice. Effective 6:00 pm September 22th, 2017, recreational fires not exceeding 3 feet in diameter and 2 feet in height are permitted as well as backyard barbecues, chimneys or patio/deck warmers, as long as seasoned, (clean and dry) firewood, briquettes or propane is used as fuel. All camp/recreational fires must be attended.

Please use caution.