Burn Ban Lifted

Effective 12:01 AM October 1, 2016, the ban on backyard burning is lifted. All residential outdoor burning requires a permit. These permits are free, and may be picked up from the fire station in Ocean Park, Pioneer Market, Jack’s Country Store, and the Surfside Homeowners Association Office. Fires must be no larger than 4 feet […]

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2016 Burn Ban – Update

A Burn Ban is currently in effect throughout Pacific County, with additional restrictions for all state lands, including the beaches. Within residential areas, and on privately-owned properties, Pacific County has banned all outdoor burning except recreational cooking fires in approved pits. These fires can only be made of seasoned firewood, and must be no larger […]

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Burn Ban in Effect

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IMPROVEMENT IN INSURANCE RATING SCORE

For Immediate Release IMPROVEMENT IN INSURANCE RATING SCORE Pacific County Fire District #1 has recently been informed by the Washington Survey and Rating Bureau (WSRB) of an improvement in our community’s insurance rating score effective July 1, 2016. Below are the improvements, effective July 1st. If you live within 5 miles of a recognized fire […]

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2015 Burn Permit

Click here for the permit needed for burning yard debris: BURN PERMIT 2015 Please print the permit and read the rules. Keep a signed copy of this permit with you whenever you burn.

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Run Report – September 2014

PACIFIC COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 1 Run Report – September, 2014   Monday, September 1 11:07   am       Medical Transport; Klipsan 3:15     pm       Medical Assist; Ocean Park 6:29     pm       Smoke Complaint; Ocean Park 8:02     pm       Medical Transport; Ocean Park 9:49     pm       Medical Transport; Ocean Park 10:24   pm       Medical Transport; Ocean Park Tuesday, September 2 1:33     pm       Medical […]

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County-wide Burning Ban Implemented

Effective July 16, 2014, the Pacific County Department of Community Development has issued a ban on all outdoor burning throughout Pacific County. Recreational cooking fires are exempt from the ban at this time. These fires must be made of seasoned firewood, and must be no larger than 3 feet in diameter and 2 feet high. […]

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Run Report – February 2014

PACIFIC COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 1 Run Report – February 2014 Saturday, February 1 10:11   am       Medical Transport; Surfside Sunday, February 2 2:48     am       Motor Vehicle Accident w/ injury; Rural Long Beach 8:09     pm       Motor Vehicle Accident w/o injury; Seaview Monday, February 3 5:24     pm       Medical Assist; Ocean Park 3:36     pm       Propane Leak; Surfside Tuesday, February 4 7:44     […]

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Run Report – December 2013

  PACIFIC COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 1 Run Report – December 2013 Sunday, December 1 2:40     pm       Medical Transport; Surfside   Monday, December 2 7:05     am       Medical Transport; Ocean Park 8:02     am       Paramedic Intercept; Naselle 8:32     pm       Medical Transport; Ocean Park 11:04   am       Medical Assist; Ocean Park 12:02   pm       Medical Assist; Ocean Park   Tuesday, December […]

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Run Report – November 2013

PACIFIC COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 1 Run Report – November 2013  Friday, November 1 9:12     am       Medical Transport; Ocean Park 9:57     am       Medical Assist; Ocean Park 11:45   am       Medical Assist; Ocean Park 12:57   pm       Medical Transport; Surfside 2:05     pm       Medical Assist; Rural Long Beach 5:09     pm       Medical Transport; Ocean Park 10:53   pm       Medical Transport; Ocean Park […]

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Run Report – October 2013

PACIFIC COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 1 Tuesday, October 1 8:46   am          Medical Assist; Ocean Park 9:21   am          Medical Transport; Oysterville 12:15 pm          Medical Transport; Ocean Park 12:19 pm          Medical Transport; Ocean Park 3:59   pm          Interfacility Transfer; Portland 7:07   pm          Structure Fire; Long Beach 7:21   pm          Medical Transport; Surfside 10:26 pm          Medical Assist; Ocean Park   Wednesday, […]

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Run Report – September 2013

PACIFIC COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 1 Sunday, September 1 2:15     am       Medical Transport; Surfside 4:03     am       Motor Vehicle Accident w/o injury; Klipsan 8:05     am       Interfacility Transfer; Portland 11:26   pm       Automatic Fire Alarm; Ocean Park 12:55   pm       Medical Transport; Surfside 4:59     pm       Medical Assist; Oysterville   Monday, September 2 7:33     am       Medical Transport; Ocean Park 8:21     am       […]

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Run Report – August 2013

PACIFIC COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 1   Thursday, August 1 10:06   am       Interfacility Transfer; Vancouver 1:07     pm       Interfacility Transfer; Local Facility 6:34     pm       Medical Assist; Seaview 8:24     pm       Medical Assist; Ocean Park 8:34     pm       Medical Transport; Ocean Park 9:35     pm       Medical Assist; Seaview 11:56   pm       Interfacility Transfer; Portland   Friday, August 2 12:04   am       Interfacility Transfer; […]

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Run Report – July 2013

PACIFIC COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 1 Run Report – July 1-31, 2013   Monday, July 1 10:22   am       Medical Assist; Seaview 5:22     pm       Illegal Burn; Surfside 10:55   pm       Medical Transport; Ocean Park   Tuesday, July 2 12:52 pm          Medical Transport; Ocean Park 5:58   pm          Interfacility Transfer; Kirkland 7:37   pm          Medical Assist; Surfside 10:54 pm          Medical Assist; […]

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Burn Ban Lifted

Effective 12:01 a.m., Tuesday, October 1, 2013, the Pacific County Department of Community Development has lifted the seasonal burn ban. Residential Backyard Burning within the Pacific County Fire District 1 area requires a permit which can be downloaded here: 2013 Burn Permit.  Burning is limited to only natural vegetation. Permits for larger burn piles are available. […]

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