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Residential Burning Stage 1 BURN BAN IN EFFECT
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Effective August 31st a Stage 1 Burn Ban is in effect:

STAGE 1 BURN BAN:

 

Effective today- August 31st at 1200 (noon), with increased moisture, and projected weather conditions, the burn ban has been modified to allow recreational fires. Recreational fires are limited to cooking, ceremonial, or pleasure purposes only.

Recreational fires shall be less than three feet in diameter and two feet high and shall not be conducted within 25 feet of a structure or combustible materials. Recreational fires shall be always monitored and must have a water source readily available; at a minimum, a charged water hose or a five-gallon bucket of water.  Please consult your local Fire Department for additional information and required permits.

Outdoor burning of yard debris (residential burning) is still prohibited at this time under the Stage 1 Burn Ban.  Burning of garbage, other prohibited items and using a burn barrels is prohibited at all times

Contract for Service Info

On July 7th, 2023 the Board of Fire Commissioners voted to explore a possible contract for service with Redmond Fire. 

 

It is important to note that the District has not yet decided to contract for services with Redmond Fire. We are moving forward with negotiations with Redmond Fire as to whether we are even going to sign a contract for services. No final decision has been made at this time. 

 

The District will commence negotiations for a contract for service with Redmond Fire, subject to the following conditions: 

  1.  A contract with Redmond Fire shall not be executed until the District and those District employees represented by Local 2878 bargain as to the wages, hours and working conditions of those represented employees, resulting from the potential contract.

  2. Negotiations of said contract with representatives of Redmond Fire shall not take place until the District and those represented employees hold at least one bargaining session with respect to this potential contract, with the exception that the District or the Local negotiating teams may invite representatives of Redmond Fire to any bargaining session between the District and the Local; 

  3. None of the aforementioned employees will lose their jobs as a result of entering into the potential contract; and 

  4. The wages, hours and working conditions of the aforementioned employees will be equal to or better than the current wages, hours and working conditions of those employees as a result of entering into a contract for service with Redmond Fire. 

Click here to go to our dedicated site on the contract for service.

 

Meetings are broadcast live via Microsoft Teams. The link will be provided at least 24hrs prior.

There will be a special meeting on Thursday October 5th, 2023 at 7pm

To join the meeting remotely, click here.

Board of Commissioners
BURN BAN

 

The Board of Commissioners of Duvall - King County Fire District 45 hold regular meetings

on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 10:00 am.

Meetings are broadcast live via Microsoft Teams. The link will be provided at least 24hrs prior.

 

There will be a special meeting on Thursday October 5th, 2023 at 7:00pm

To join the meeting remotely, click here.

​          The next Board of Commissioners regular meeting is scheduled on Wednesday, October 11th, 2023 at 10am

To join the meeting remotely, click here. 

                                             

 Comments for the Board must be submitted in writing to the Board Secretary prior to the meeting – districtsecretary@duvallfire45.com

                          

                                                                                 

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