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Open Burning Prohibited on Thursday

No open burning will be allowed on Thursday, March 9, according to Hamilton Fire Chief Philip Stevens.

It is a class 4 day, Stevens said, meaning that the fire danger is very high and fires can start easily from all causes. 34 more words

Open burning in Black Mountain Park

Don’t be alarmed if you see smoke in Kelowna’s Black Mountain area.

The Regional District of Central Okanagan says a controlled burn is underway in a portion of the Black Mountain Regional Park. 62 more words


Open Burning Season Begins Today!

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


Open Burning Season Starts Jan. 15, Runs Until May

Open burning starts on Jan. 15 in Hamilton and permits will be available at the Hamilton Public Safety Building, according to Fire Chief Philip Stevens. 139 more words

Campfire ban lifted in the Central Okanagan

With the arrival of cooler temperatures, the Regional District of Central Okanagan says the ban on campfires has been lifted.

The ban was imposed on August 19th. 77 more words


Reminder: Outside Burning Not Allowed

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

Piles of wood found in Okanagan backcountry spark wildfire concerns

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