Burning within the Tulalip Reservation is regulated by the Tulalip Tribes. The Marysville Fire District permits and enforces outdoor burning regulations within its service area, with the exception of those properties residing within the borders of the Tulalip Reservation. Though your local fire agency responds to burning complaints, all outdoor burning questions including requests for burning permits (and enforcement) within the Reservation are directed to, and handled by, the Tulalip Tribes (360.651.4014). Generally speaking, the rules for outdoor burning within the Reservation are similar to those outside the Reservation.
Burning within an Urban Growth Area (UGA) is restricted to only a few allowances, the most common being recreational fires (see below), and for barbequing. Yard debris burning is not allowed within the UGA. If you’re not sure if you are in a UGA, please contact your local fire department prior to burning. Doing so can save you time, expense and embarrassment.
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Burning outside the Urban Growth Area (UGA) is acceptable, though regulated. Land Clearing Burning is not allowed. If you wish to perform outdoor burning, you must comply with State and local requirements.
Below are the Marysville Fire District Outdoor Burning Rules; a copy of which must be in your possession and on site during any permitted or allowed outdoor burning.
Call Before You Burn
Burn Ban Info: 425-388-3508
Contact your local fire department or the Snohomish County Fire Marshal for additional information.
Marysville Fire District is dedicated to providing quality emergency response and prevention services to the community with integrity, pride, and professionalism. We are proud to serve the communities of City of Marysville,Tulalip Tribes, Quil Ceda Village, Seven Lakes, and Fire District 12.