The wildfire danger in the Lac La Biche Forest Area is LOW.
Kettle Creek Wildfire (LWF-123)
The Kettle Creek Wildfire (LWF-123) is currently Under Control. It is located 35 km northwest of Janvier and has burnt approximately 1,710 hectares.
Since March 1st, there have been 126 wildfires in the Lac La Biche Forest Area.
Welcome to Lac La Biche!
Yesterday 100 firefighters from Jalisco, Mexico arrived in Lac La Biche after working a long shift fighting fire near Wabasca. The firefighters are on a few days of rest before returning to the fireline for another shift. We are happy to share our sunshine and our community with them while they get some well deserved rest and relaxation.
The fire ban and OHV restrictions have been lifted for the Lac La Biche Forest Area.
Before you go out, make sure to check albertafirebans.ca, or download the app for up to date changes.
Albertans are always asked to use caution when recreating within the FPA:
Fire permits are reinstated. Be sure to follow the conditions on the back of your permits. No burning with winds greater than 15 km/hr.
Although the restrictions have been lifted, firefighters continue to deal with large wildfires in other parts of the Alberta Forest Protection Area.
Provincial Summary - July 9
Even though the wildfire danger has dropped, remember to put your campfires out before you leave them.
If you spot a wildfire, call 310-FIRE!
For more information on the wildfire situation across the province of Alberta
Thanks for doing your part to prevent wildfire. For more information, contact:
Wildfire Information Officer