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NO Burn Ban  - Currently, there is no burn ban in place. Resid...

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All Outdoor Open Air Fires Permitted

July 22, 2020

NO Burn Ban  – Currently, there is no burn ban in place. Residents can have open air fires including open air cooking fires, camping fires, and approved incinerator or brush pile fires that are in compliance with the regulations set out in the burning by-law.

To have a fire in Prince Edward County, you must have a current permit and activate it every day that you are having a fire. A burn permit is required for all open air burning. Burn permits cost $20 and expire at the end of the calendar year (December 31, 2020). Learn more about acquiring a burn permit.

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