Smoky Lake County has issued a "Fire Ban" effective 10:00 am May 4, 2016.
Due to extreme fire hazard conditions the Smoky Lake County has upgraded the existing fire restriction to a fire ban effective 10:00 a.m. May 4, 2016. The ban will remain in effect until further notice. The Fire Ban means there are absolutely no outdoor fires permitted including, but not limited to; open fires, camp fires, brush piles and burning barrels. The discharge of fireworks is also prohibited during this ban. No new fire permits will be issued during the period of the ban and all previously issued permits remain cancelled.
Gas fueled barbeques with lids and liquid fueled camping stoves will be allowed.
A person who sets a fire during this ban may be prosecuted and will be responsible for the costs of extinguishing the fire pursuant to Smoky Lake County Fire Protection Service Bylaw 1285-15 For further information please contact the Smoky Lake County, (780) 656-3730.This fire ban will stay in effect until fire hazard conditions improve significantly
Complete information can be found at Alberta Fire Bans and clicking on the Smoky Lake County on the interactive map.
Those wishing to volunteer to help at the Emergency Reception Centre at the Smoky Lake Complex please register by calling the County Office @ 780.656.3730 or 1.888.656.3730 to submit name and phone number. ONLY when and if you are needed, you will be contacted. At the present, no items are necessary at this time.
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