It’s that time of the year again. Burn bans are in effect in several counties across central and Western Washington.

Burn bans will last until October 1, 2018, unless officials decide to lift the restrictions sooner. The following list shows counties that have a burn ban in effect. If your county is NOT on the list, there was no burn ban in effect when this story was published.

Clallam County

- Exception for recreational fires, unless further banned by extreme weather conditions.

Clark County

- Exception for recreational campfires.

Cowlitz County

- Exception for recreational campfires.

Grays Harbor County

- Exception for recreational fires if built in approved fire pits.

Island County

- No outdoor burning of natural debris, even with a permit.

- Exception for recreational fire in an approved fire pit.

Jefferson County

- Exception for recreational or ceremonial campfires in burn pits and charcoal barbecues.

King County

- Exception for recreational fires in metal or concrete pits.

Kitsap County

- Exception for recreational fires in approved locations and fire pits.

- General backyard and land cleaning burning is prohibited. All burning permits will be suspended until the ban is lifted.

Lewis County

- Exception for recreational fires if built in approved fire pits.

Mason County

- Exception for recreational fire in approved fire pits and charcoal, gas, and propane barbecues.

Okanogan County

- Exception for recreational fires.

Pacific County

- Exception for recreational campfires if built in improved fire pits in designated areas.

Pierce County

- Exception for small recreational fires in established fire pits.

San Juan County

- All residential burning closed for the season, exception for campfires in a contained fire pit no larger than 2' by 2' in size.

Skagit County

- Modified burn ban is in effect until further notice.

- Exception for recreational and cooking fires in approved enclosures.

Skamania County

- Exception for recreational fires.

Snohomish County

- Exception for recreational fires.

- All combustible materials within a 10-foot radius must be cleared.

Visit the Washington Department of Ecology’s website for the most up-to-date-list.

Daily updates on burn restrictions are available at 1-800-323-BURN or on the Washington State Department of Natural Resource Fire Danger and Outdoor Burning risk map.