Effective June 10, 2019 The City of Leduc Fire Restriction has been cancelled

Monday, June 10, 2019

UPDATE: As of June 10, 2019, the City of Leduc Fire Restriction is now cancelled due to reduction in fire risk from recent rain fall. 

Effective May 30, 2019, the City of Leduc has put in place a “Fire Restriction”.

No open burning is permitted current fire permits remain valid.

Use of approved fire pits, barbeque structures and outdoor fireplaces on residential property and in parks and campgrounds is permitted.

Use of approved backyard fire pits used for warming or cooking, propane BBQ’s, portable propane fireplaces and propane heaters are still permitted under this restriction.

Requirements for Backyard Fire Pits can be found in the Fire Services Bylaw (No. 351-95).

The City of Leduc urges everyone to use extreme caution when working or driving in grassy areas, be mindful of hot exhaust and keep vehicles clean and free of debris as smoldering debris can fall off and start fires. Discard cigarettes butts in appropriate containers (metal container filled with sand or water).

Always know your location and Dial 9-1-1 for any emergency!

For further updates visit the Alberta Fire Bans website at www.albertafirebans.ca.

For all other inquiries, contact Leduc Fire Services at 780-980-8495.

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