Ban On Open Air Fires

On August 9, 2016 By

Effective immediately, no open air fires are permitted in Norfolk County.  This ban includes the use of family fireworks.

BBQs that are manufactured solely for the purpose of cooking may still be used.

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The ban on open air fires has been lifted.

Please follow the fire safety requirements of Norfolk County’s Open Air Burning By-Law.

 

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Warm, dry weather can force the Fire Chief to impose mandatory burn bans to ensure both fire and clean air safety. We’ve compiled answers to your frequently asked questions to help assure you have the facts before you burn.

1. What is a burn ban?

An air-quality burn ban (smog advisory) is a mandatory, yet temporary, […]

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Our current open air burning by-law can be found at the following link:

http://norfolkcountyfire.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/2016-72.pdf

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