Hamilton Fire Chief Phil Stevens reminds residents that there is no outside burning allowed without a permit except for cooking fires.
It is extremely dry outside and no permits will be granted for fire pits, he said. 29 more words
NEAR KELOWNA – The disaster in our neighbouring province and the unseasonably hot, dry spring is adding anxiety about the potential of a severe fire season in the Okanagan. 352 more words
If you see smoke coming from central Okanagan mountains on Monday, it’s likely because of controlled burns.
Thanks to good air quality and venting conditions, the Regional District of Central Okanagan (RDCO) is doing controlled burning in the southern portion of Glen Canyon Regional Park in West Kelowna. 154 more words
WEST KELOWNA — With good air quality and venting conditions, there will be some controlled burning happening in West Kelowna on Sunday.
The Regional District of Central Okanagan (RDCO) is advising of a controlled burn underway in the southern portion of Glen Canyon Regional Park. 180 more words
Today begins Open Burning Season January 15 – May 1 between the hours of 10-4.
Permits are not required however you must call the fire department on the morning you wish to burn: Cotuit Fire Department (508)428-2210 will give you the ok to proceed, weather dependent. 6 more words