Northeast Washington Interagency Communication Center
The Northeast Washington Interagency Communication Center (NEWICC) was established in 2008 to provide initial attack dispatching and logistical support for emergency management on lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management, Colville National Forest, US Fish and Wildlife, and Northeast Region Washington State Department of Natural Resources.
Operating as an all risk dispatch facility, NEWICC is the primary focus for reporting, tracking, and processing orders of aircraft, equipment, overhead, crews, and supplies assigned to incidents in or out of the Northeast Washington area.
To report wildfires on public and private lands within the NEWICC dispatch area, contact NEWICC at (509) 685-6900.
For current recorded fire regulations, precautions, Industrial Fire Precaution Level (IFPL), and closure information, 24 hours a day, contact 1-800-527-3305.
225 S. Silke Road
Colville, WA 99114-9369
COLVILLE NATIONAL FOREST
2015 RT130/WCT SCHEDULE
ALL WCTs BEGIN AT 0800-RT130 BEGIN AT 0930
PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL FOR SPECIFIC TRACK LOCATION
NOMINATIONS NOT NECESSARY
JUNE 04 COLVILLE NF HEADQUARTERS
765 SOUTH MAIN
COLVILLE WA 99141
COORDINATOR LYNN BORNITZ
NEWPORT RANGER DISTRICT
JUNE 30 315 N. WARREN
NEWPORT WA 99156
COORDINATOR DEAN KIEFER
NEWICC Fire Intelligence
- WildWEB Information (NEWICC Current Fire Information)
- NEWICC - Morning Fire Weather Forecast (Available after 5:45
- NEWICC - Afternoon Fire Weather Forecast (Available after
- NEWICC - Daily Remote Automated Weather Station (RAWS) Observations, Indices, & IFPL's
- NEWICC - RAWS Sites
- NEWICC - Sunrise and Set Table for Colville, Washington
NEWICC Quick Picks
- Northeast Washington Dispatch Locations (1144KB PDF)
- Washington Department of Natural Resources (Web site)
- Colville National Forest (Web site)
Community Protection Wildfire Plans
Community wildfire protection plans are part of the fire prevention strategies for Washington's wild land urban interface communities, those located in or near the woods. Many communities have mitigation plans or CWPP that have already been completed.
- Ferry County (10700KB PDF)
- Ferry Appendix (6000KB PDF)
- Stevens County (16700KB PDF)
- Chewelah (6300KB PDF)
- Pend Oreille Counties (387KB PDF)
- Pend Oreille Appendix (7100KB PDF)
- Fire Models Web site - Fire behavior and danger system
National Incident Information
- National Situation Report External Adobe PDF File
- Google Map of Open Incidents (click the link on left side of the web page: "Incident Map")
- Resource Ordering System Status (ROSS) Self Status Web site
- Local Weather Cameras WSDOT
- Wildfire Lessons Learned Web Site
- 6 Minutes for Safety
- 10 Standard Fire fighting Orders
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- Eastern Washington Interagency Training Schedule Training Link
- High Reliability Organization (HRO)
- Fire Danger Rating Definitions
- USDA Forest Service National Fire Code Override
Current Northwest Fire Situation - Daily Updates
- Large Fire Information Summary - Detailed description including resources assigned, current conditions, etc.
- Large Fire Map - Displays active large fire incidents within Oregon and Washington.
- Morning Briefing - Updated each morning with latest fire activity and fire weather alerts.
- Daily Situation Report - Daily statistics of fire activity reported by agency and local dispatch offices in the region.
- 7-Day Significant Fire Potential - Large fire potential and weather synopsis for the next seven days within the Northwest.
Other Fire News
- InciWeb - A new national incident information system that delivers fire news from specific incidents throughout the entire country.
- National Fire Report - National Interagency Fire Center’s daily news update.
- State of Oregon - Daily Fire Update from the Oregon Department of Forestry.
- State of Washington - Fire news from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Fire Season Outlook