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Northeast Washington Interagency Communications Center

Fire Danger Rating for areas within: Ferry, Pend Oreille, Stevens, Spokane, and Lincoln Counties.

 

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[Forest logo]  Camp Fire
Can I have a campfire on the Colville National Forest?
 Yes.

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Colville National Forest IFPL: 1

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Industrial Fire Precaution Level

IFPL1 (Closed Season)
Zone: 685, 687, 688, C678, E678, W678, 688, 684

IFPLII
Zone:
(Please refer to the link below about IFPL restrictions on Washington State DNR Lands.)

Link to Washington State IFPL Zones

IFPL Definitions

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Stevens County - Spokane County - Lincoln County - Okanogan County - Pend Oreille County - Ferry County

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Fire Danger Rating ERC Pocket Cards for North FDRA:

FDRA North Zone

Fire Danger Rating ERC Pocket Cards for South FDRA:

FDRA South Zone

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Forecasted Staffing Levels Zones:

ZONES
W678 E678 684 685
1 1 1 1
ZONES
686 687 688  
1 1 1  

 

Forecasted Staffing Levels

NORTH FDRA
Staffing Level:

NORTH FDRA
ERC/BI:

 

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PLST Form Data Capture Display of OBS, FCST, NFDR

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Resource Ordering Status System (Logo)

NAP Instructions for ROSS Access

Click on Logo for Resource Ordering System Status (ROSS) Self Status Web site.

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NIFC Logo

Click on Logo for NIFC Web site.

The Northeast Washington Interagency Communications 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.

Mailing address:
NEWICC
225 S. Silke Road
Colville, WA 99114-9369

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NEWICC Quick Picks

NEW ItemWork Capacity Tests will begin at 0800, and all refreshers will begin at 0930.  Contact the local AFMO / FMO of the hosting site if planning to attend:

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Fire Intelligence

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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.

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Safety

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National Incident Information

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More Links

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Current Northwest Fire Situation - Daily Updates

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Other Fire News

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Fire Season Outlooks

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