Mason County Burn Ban Lifted October 1st 09/27/2018 - News Release - Mason County Outdoor Burning Status - Effective October 1st, 2018 - The Mason County Community Development Director, the Mason County Fire Marshal, and in partnership with the Mason County Fire Chiefs'Association and Department of Natural Resources, have determined that current weather conditions within [...]
9/13/18 Burn ban - you may have recreational fires in approved fire pits. Burning yard debris is currently not allowed - will keep you updated here when the ban is lifted. Thank you for your cooperation and patience!!
Mason County will be implementing a county wide Burn Ban starting 0800 Saturday August 11th 2018. All Outdoor Burning is Prohibited. NO MORE SMORES!
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Part Time Firefighter Job Announcement Mason Fire District 4 is currently seeking a part-time firefighter to perform daily station duties. Please return your application to email@example.com. For more about the application process, please see our members application page. Please return your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Full Job Announcement
Please join District 4 in congratulating Captain Erik McAuley. When hired, Erik was given a big goal to participate in the Washington State Fire Academy Company Officer program. His successful completion, and proactive approach, has earned him new responsibilities. Congratulations Erik.
Pool Safety Tips THE HARD FACTS Among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children 1 – 4 years old. Children 1 – 4 years old are more likely to drown in a pool. Children 5 years and older are more likely to drown in natural water, such as ponds, [...]