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    BURN BAN IN EFFECT

    Due to the high heat and low fuel moisture levels, all of San Juan County will be at the EXTREME fire hazard level. Therefore, NO FIRES, including recreational fires, are allowed at this time.
    www.sanjuanco.com/Fire-Marshal

    Robert Low,
    SJC Fire Marshal

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    Leave No Trace

    San Juan County has embraced the Leave No Trace Guiding Principles and Ethic to support Stewardship on the San Juan Islands. In all 50 U.S. States and more than 30 countries, The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics (LNT) is at work providing education to preserve our natural world.

    Take a look at the principles of Leave No Trace
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  1. New San Juan County Fire Marshal Web Site

    San Juan County would like to announce that the San Juan County Fire Marshal has a new website. The site is now located on the San Juan County website. Read on...
  2. BURN BAN NOW IN EFFECT

    Due to the high heat and low fuel moisture levels, all of San Juan County will be at the EXTREME fire hazard level. Therefore, NO FIRES, including recreational fires, are allowed at this time. Robert Low, SJC Fire Marshal Additional Info...
  3. Preliminary Flood Insurance Study and Maps available for review and comment

    FEMA has released the preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) for community review until September 12, 2016. The review period provides an opportunity to identify changes or corrections to non-technical information such as road names on the FIRM. Read on...
  4. Five Projects Receive Funding

    Five important community projects received a funding boost from the San Juan County Council this week. Additional Info...
  5. Parks, Trails & Natural Areas Plan – 2016 Plan Update

    Draft 2017-2022 Plan Ready for Review and Comment. This Plan provides direction for development, management & acquisition of parks, trails, and non-motorized transportation facilities for Parks & Fair, Land Bank, and Public Works. Read on...
  6. San Juan County Shoreline Master Program Update Public Comment Period

    The Washington State Department of Ecology (DOE) seeks public comment on updates to San Juan County's Shoreline Master Program. The comment period is July 22 to September 2, 2016 5 p.m. Read on...
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