Due to recent rains and anticipated cooler weather conditions, effective Saturday September 18, 2021 at 8 a.m., the burn ban is lifted for Marysville and all unincorporated areas of Snohomish County.
This means normal burning rules apply. Scroll down for specific burning rules inside and outside of the Urban Growth Area (UGA).
Please note: Garbage, household trash, lumber, building construction waste, or demolition debris may not be burned any time.
Check this map to see if you are located within the Urban Growth (UGA)/No Burn Area.
Review a summary of the Marysville Fire District's burning guidelines here.
To report illegal burning, call the non-emergency number 425-407-3999.
If the fire is an immediate threat to life or property, call 911.
Fire Safety burn bans may be issued for safety during hot and/or dry conditions. The Marysville Fire District follows fire safety bans issued by the Snohomish County Fire Marshal. If a burn ban is issued in Snohomish County, that ban is effective within the City of Marysville and the entire Marysville Fire District service area.
Air Quality burn bans are issued by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency to protect air quality. These bans are usually enacted during cooler months when the air is stagnant but can also be issued due to smoky conditions during warmer seasons. Find more information on what types of burning are limited during an air quality burn ban here.
DNR burn bans are issued by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to reduce human-caused wildfires during extremely hot and dry conditions. When a burn restriction is in place, outdoor fires are prohibited on all state, county, city and private land under DNR fire protection.
You can find updated information on all Snohomish County burn bans here.