SAFE BURNING PRACTICES
All fires require adequate supervision to ensure a controlled burn. Only burn what you can control and follow the conditions of your permit. Have your fire permit ready to present if requested. Watch for sparks and burning material that may result in smaller spot fires. Large fires can send sparks over several kilometer, especially when burning in the wind. If wind gusts over 15km/hour or increase beyond the limit on your permit, immediately extinguish your fire. Have the tools and equipment listed on your permit available to put out any spot fires that may occur.
Find more information on safe burning practices for brush piles and windrows here.
ALBERTA WILDFIRE INFORMATION
Kelly Burke | Wildfire Information Officer
Mobile: (780) 832 7235
Posts will be less frequent during the general election period: https://alberta.ca/election.
For assistance, call 310-0000 or send a direct message.