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Washington Wildfire Resources

Inslee updates proclamation related to the Open Public Meetings Act

Gov. Jay Inslee today updated a proclamation related to the Open Public Meetings Act.

Wildfire-Related Exemptions to Open Public Meetings Act Proclamations

Inslee extends two proclamations related to truck driver hours

Gov. Jay Inslee today extended two proclamations related to truck driver hours.

Wildfires – Truck Driver Hours – Utility Restoration

Inslee open letter to President Donald Trump on the role of climate change in wildfires

Inslee issues proclamation waiving truck driver hour limitations for fire retardant deliveries



Wildfires – Truck Driver Hours – Fire Retardant Powder

Inslee issues proclamation providing assistance to families impacted by wildfires

Wildfires - Temporary Assistance to Families

Inslee statement on first wildfire fatality

Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement today following the death of a one-year-old in the Cold Springs Fire in Okanogan County. The death marks the Washington's first casualty of the 2020 wildfires. 

Inslee declares state of emergency for statewide wildfires


August Wildfires

Inslee and Ferguson denounce rollback of Clean Power Plan

Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson released a statement today on the Trump administration plans to roll back the Clean Power Plan. 

Inslee declares emergency in 20 counties due to multiple wildfires, extreme fire conditions

Inslee orders wildfire training for up to 250 Washington National Guard personnel

OLYMPIA – In preparation for the 2016 wildfire season, Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday directed the Washington National Guard to train and certify up to 250 guard personnel.

Inslee signs updated bipartisan budget with wildfire and mental health funding, says next big lift on education remains

OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee today signed the 2016 supplemental budget, which makes modest adjustments to the state’s current two-year budget.

Inslee proposes “modest, responsible” updates to state budget; calls for action to begin addressing statewide teacher shortage

Gov. Jay Inslee today proposed his 2016 supplemental budget that makes modest adjustments to the current 2015–17 budget. The adjustments primarily pay for caseload increases, emergency responses to wildfires and urgent mental health needs.

Inslee statement on denial of individual assistance to wildfire victims; announces state aid and formation of Wildland Fire Council to assist recovery of impacted communities

Inslee announces public assistance approved in some wildfire areas, awaiting decision on individual assistance


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