Lacombe County lifts Fire Advisory

By Sheldon Spackman
May 11, 2018 - 4:44pm

Cooler temperatures and light precipitation in recent days has led Lacombe County to lift its Fire Advisory.

County officials say however that Fire permits are still required for all outdoor fires, excluding fires used for cooking or warming purposes and burning barrels. 

Elsewhere, Fire Bans still in place throughout central Alberta include the County of Stettler, Halkirk, Kneehill County, Mountain View County, Summer Village of Rochon Sands, Town of Castor, Village of Big Valley, Village of Donalda and Village of Gadsby.

Fire Restrictions are in place for the County of Wetaskiwin and Leduc County.

Fire Advisories remain in place for Brazeau County, City of Leduc, Clearwater County, Drayton Valley, Ponoka County, Rocky Forest Area, Rocky View County, Summer Village of Burnstick Lake, Summer Village of Parkland Beach, Town of Ponoka, Town of Rimbey, Town of Rocky Mountain House and Village of Caroline.

For more information on fire bans, restrictions and advisories, visit

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