Local Fire Bans

Due to the dry conditions, much of our area is under a complete fire ban. If you see someone disobeying the ban, you are asked to call your local by-law office rather than tying up 9-1-1 resources.

 

The fire rating is set to EXTREME which means a complete FIRE BAN in #GeorgianBay. Visit https://t.co/u3AH8PKetJ for updates. pic.twitter.com/Xr0xDbE4Az

— Georgian Bay (@gbtownship) July 5, 2018

Effective immediately Haliburton County is under a fire ban. Dry conditions, high heat, and the lack of forecasted precipitation has lead to an extreme fire risk. All permits are cancelled and campfires, fireworks and floating lanterns are strictly prohibited during the fire ban. pic.twitter.com/pMQJtlyX48

— Highlands East (@highlands_east) July 9, 2018

Effective immediately, a FIRE BAN has been implemented in the Township of Tiny. ALL open air burning including fire works are prohibited until further notice! pic.twitter.com/5VU0HLXrI5

— Township of Tiny (@TinyCEMC) July 10, 2018

Effective immediately, a FIRE BAN has been implemented in the Township of Tiny. ALL open air burning including fire works are prohibited until further notice! pic.twitter.com/5VU0HLXrI5

— Township of Tiny (@TinyCEMC) July 10, 2018

With fire hazard conditions now at Extreme, as of 11 a.m. this morning there is now a Fire Ban in effect for Midland until further notice. All open air burning is now prohibited due to extreme temperatures and lack of significant precipitation. pic.twitter.com/0iqOHrFs2g

— The Town of Midland (@MidlandON) July 10, 2018

Arrowhead Park and all of Muskoka now has a Fire Ban in effect until further notice! No open flames are permitted but barbecues with a control valve are safe! pic.twitter.com/FRuKUduE5o

— Arrowhead Prov Park (@ArroPark) July 6, 2018

Muskoka’s fire rating is extreme. We are still under a total fire ban.

No Burning is allowed at any time of the day. No fires, including charcoal barbeques are permitted even if for cooking or warmth, are still not allowed.

No fireworks are allowed.#Muskoka #PSA pic.twitter.com/IpyNQemrDJ

— Muskoka411 News (@Muskoka411) July 7, 2018

The Fire Danger Rating has been upgraded to HIGH, make sure you have a valid burn permit and follow the rules on the back. If you have a fire, make sure its completely extinguished. We’re monitoring the conditions closely a Fire Ban could be implemented if we don’t get rain soon. pic.twitter.com/VXj6Dbx5sm

— Springwater Fire (@SpringwaterFIRE) July 10, 2018

A FIRE BAN is in effect for #TinyTownship effective July 10 at 9 AM. The Fire Hazard Rating has been raised to EXTREME. All open air burning is prohibited due to the extreme temperature and heat, and the lack of any significant precipitation. #FireSafety| https://t.co/zk05J8u6ge pic.twitter.com/D6JHHz5FEM

— Township of Tiny (@tinytownship) July 10, 2018

With fire hazard conditions now at Extreme, as of 11 a.m. Tuesday July 10, 2018 there is now a Fire Ban in effect for Penetanguishene until further notice. All open air burning is now prohibited due to extreme temperatures and lack of significant precipitation. pic.twitter.com/4cSoyctaFI

— Penetanguishene (@penetanguishene) July 10, 2018