Emergency Worker Application Packet
Volunteers in Douglas County need to register as an Emergency Worker with Douglas County Emergency Management in order to particpate in training, exercising, and/or emergency support activities. This includes C.E.R.T., Search & Rescue, Citizen Corps, Sheriff's Auxiliary Crime Prevention Unit, Marine Patrol, and Map Your Neighborhood.
Douglas County Emergency Worker Application
The information provided during registration will be used to conduct criminal history and driving record background checks. Registration is a prerequisite for eligibility of emergency workers for benefits and legal protection under chapter 38.52 RCW. Registration and subsequent issuance of an emergency worker identification card is at the discretion of the Emergency Management Director.
For more information on the Emergency Worker Program, please contact Douglas County Emergency Management during business hours.
Important Information About Outdoor Burning
The Washington State Department of Ecology has made available a FAQ to help answer questions about the outdoor burning restrictions in cities and Urban Growth Areas.
Resources and Contacts:
|Dept. of Ecology ||509-575-2490 |
|Agricultural Burn Hotline ||800-406-5322 |
|Dept. of Natural Resources ||509-527-3305 |
|Douglas Co Land Services ||509-884-7173 |
|Douglas Co Conservation ||509-664-0275 |
What Types of Burning Are Allowed?
Residential and land clearing burning has not been allowed in Bridgeport, Mansfield, Rock Island, and Waterville Urban Growth Areas* starting January 1, 2007. Residential and land clearing burning has been banned in the East Wenatchee UGA since 2000.
Urban Growth Area Maps