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No burn ban -- Open air burning allowed  Fire Chief Robert Rutter has...

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Burn ban lifted in Prince Edward County

April 13, 2021

No burn ban — Open air burning allowed 

Fire Chief Robert Rutter has lifted the full burn ban as conditions have improved enough to allow open air burning.

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, 2021).

A new online system is available for purchasing and activating new burn permits. Visit the County website for more information.

You can also acquire a burn permit through the mail. Print off a burn permit application and mail it to: Prince Edward County Fire & Rescue Administrative Office, Station 1, Picton, ON – 8 McDonald Drive, Picton, ON K0K 2T0.

The burn status can be checked anytime by calling 613.476.7232 or 613.962.3497 or by visiting the County website. 

Please note: The County of Prince Edward provides this information as a service to the general public. While we do our best to provide accurate information, construction projects and associated service disruptions are subject to change based on weather, road, traffic, and other uncontrollable conditions.

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