Spring Debris Collection Day
Mark your calendars: Yard & Garden Debris Collection Day is back!
When: Saturday, March 25th
What Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Where: Fire Station 82, 12100 E Palouse Hwy, Valleyford
This is a great opportunity to dispose of all your winter residential yard and garden debris - leaves, and branches under 3 inches in diameter and less than six feet long.
For form information phone 509-926-6699 or see 2023 Debris Collection Day
BoFC Meeting Notice
The Board of Fire Commissioners will hold their next regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, April 11, 2023, at 6:00 pm. at Station 82, 12100 E Palouse Hwy; and, electronically on Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3712607781. Meeting ID: 371 260 7781
Board of Fire Commissioners meeting agendas and minutes
Fire 8 Flyer - Winter Edition
In our Winter 2022 edition of the Fire 8 Flyer, Chief Rash shares information on our upcoming February 14, 2023, Maintenance and Operations levy request and the important services it will allow us to maintain.
You will also read about two of our favorite friends: Pierce, the District 8 therapy dog, and the return of Santa Claus to many of our District 8 neighborhoods. Both Pierce and Santa spread comfort and cheer this holiday season!
If you have questions about the items in this newsletter, or the services we provide, please contact us at email@example.com or 509-926-6699.
Can I Burn?
The type of natural vegetation you wish to burn and where you live determines whether or not you can burn and what rules apply. The only material that may be burned in Washington state is natural vegetation, and only under specific program requirements. Three types of outdoor burning are allowed: (1) residental yard and garden debris, (2) silvicultural (forest) debris, and (3) recreational fires. SCFD8, together with our partners at Spokane Regional Clear Air Agency, and Washington Department of Natural Resource, have created this informative Can I Burn video to help you determine if and what you may burn.