Smoky Lake County has downgraded the existing “Fire Restriction” to a “Fire Advisory” effective 11:00 am June 15, 2015.
With the recent moisture Smoky Lake County downgraded the Fire Restriction to a Fire Advisory
Smoky Lake County has downgraded the Fire Restriction to a Fire Advisory.
This means that the use of burn barrels, cooking and camp fires are permitted at this time and the issuance of new fire permits will only be done by inspection. Residents and visitors to Smoky Lake County are advised to use caution and to be diligent in safety practices while conducting any burning. Keep fires small and ensure it is completely extinguished before leaving the area.
Please contact the County Office if you have any questions at 780-656-3730.
Complete information can be found at Alberta Fire Bans and clicking on the Smoky Lake County on the interactive map.
Smoky lake county had just completed Fibermatt/Chipsealing this portion of road at a cost of approx. $80,000. This type of willful damage is costly to repair as well as creating hazardous driving conditions to you our local residents.
If anyone has knowledge of this or any other such occurrence, please report it to the local R.C.M.P.
Thank you for your assistance.
Smoky lake County Agricultural Service Department will be conducting our annual Clubroot survey in canola. We will be surveying 100 canola fields for this disease. If you have any questions please to do not hesitate to contact Tori Cherniawsky, Agricultural Fieldman (780) 650 5409.
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