Fire Restriction and Ban
To help keep our residents safe, Leduc Fire Services has placed a Fire Restriction within the City of Leduc corporate limits. The fire restriction prohibits all open air burning. All open-air fire permits are temporarily suspended and no new fire permits will be issued until further notice. Please note that residents can still enjoy the use of their city approved fire pits (meeting requirements of the fire services bylaw), and any natural gas or propane appliance that is designed for cooking or heating (ie: barbecues, heaters, and firepits).
Changing weather can create favourable conditions that easily lead to fire ignition from a small ember or spark. A fire ban or restriction may be issued during these times to help protect the City of Leduc and its citizens. Please see the differences listed below between a Fire Ban and a Fire Restriction.
A Fire bans prohibits all open fires, including campfires in campgrounds, and back yard fire pits (including charcoal briquettes).
Under a fire ban, portable propane fire pits, gas or propane stoves, and barbecues designed for cooking or heating are allowed. All open-air fire permits remain suspended and no new fire permits will be issued.
A Fire Restriction prohibits all open air burning. Under a fire restriction, all open-air fire permits are suspended and no new fire permits will be issued.
The following activities are still permitted under a Fire Restriction:
- Fire pits meeting the requirements of the City of Leduc Fire Services Bylaw
- Natural gas and propane appliances designed for cooking or heating (ie: barbecues, heaters, approved fire pits)
To help keep your community safe, check Alberta Fire Bans for current fire bans, advisories and restrictions.