Widespread Fire Ban Effective Immediately – Updated Aug 30th - Notice Has Ended

(Last Updated On: September 24, 2017)

 

Nipawin Fire Department Report Tuesday, August 29, 2017

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FIRE BAN INFORMATION

An extreme fire hazard condition exists throughout this area.
We would like to remind you that the use of open flame devices such as fire pits, outdoor fireplaces or any form of device that burns solids like wood or briquettes are included in this ban, however, propane and natural gas BBQ’s are permitted.

No person shall light, or start or allow or cause to be lighted, ignited or started a fire of any kind whatsoever in the open air, and includes the following:

– No backyard fire pits
– No open flames
– No propane fire pits
– No charcoal barbecues
– Lighting or discharge of fireworks is strictly prohibited
– All burning permits are suspended

Please use caution when disposing of smoking materials.

This Fire Ban will remain in effect until further notice.

For more information contact Fire Chief Brian Starkell 306-862-7710


Fire Ban issue for:

Town of Nipawin, Nipawin Regional Park, Reel’em Inn Cabins, RM of Torch River, Pruden’s Point Resort, Carroll’s Cove, Vanity Ventures, RM of Nipawin, Smits Beach, Wapiti Valley Resort, Resort Village of Tobin Lake, Hilltop Campground, Tobin Lake Leisure, Village of Codette, Village of White Fox, Village of Love, VIllage of Smeaton, Town of Choiceland