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Fire ban issued for Leduc County

May 24, 2024 update: the fire advisory was lifted, learn more in our website.

Leduc County is now under a fire ban. There is an increased risk of wildfire due to dry conditions and high winds.

No outdoor fires are allowed – including open burning and fires contained to approved burn barrels, firepits or charcoal barbecues – and all outdoor fires currently burning must be extinguished immediately. The discharge of fireworks is not allowed.

All fire permits are suspended, as per the Forest and Prairie Protection Act, and no new fire permits will be issued for the duration of this ban.

Citizens can use cooking and heating appliances, including barbecues, firepits and patio heaters, that are fueled by liquid fuel such as propane or natural gas.

Fire officials will continue to monitor conditions, and will update the public at leduc-county.com and albertafirebans.ca when the ban is lifted or downgraded.

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