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FYI - For Your Information

  • Open burning season ends April 30

    Eligible property owners with permits have until sunset Sunday, April 30th to wrap up any open burning in the Central Okanagan.

    Under Regional District and local fire bylaws, if conditions are favourable, permitted open burning starts October 1st and must be complete by nightfall April 30th.  Fire chiefs may however change the dates depending on the fire hazard in their specific area.
  • Open burning season ends April 30

    CENTRAL OKANAGAN - Eligible property owners with permits have until dusk Saturday, April 30 to wrap up any open burning in the Central Okanagan.

    Under Regional District and local fire bylaws, if conditions are favourable, permitted open burning starts Oct. 1 and must be complete by nightfall April 30. Fire chiefs may however change the dates depending on the fire hazard in their specific area.
  • Open burning season begins in the Central Okanagan

    Open burning season in the Central Okanagan got underway Thursday, Oct. 1.

    In order to reduce the impact on our air shed, open burning is restricted to those property owners that are eligible and have a permit from their local fire authority and only when air quality and venting conditions are appropriate. 

    Under Regional District and local fire bylaws when the fire hazard allows, permitted open burning may start Oct. 1 and must be complete on April 30.
  • Open Burning Season Ends April 30th

    Eligible property owners with permits have until April 30th to wrap up any open burning in the Central Okanagan.

    Under Regional District and local fire bylaws, permitted open burning may start October 1st and must be complete by April 30th. Fire chiefs may however change the dates depending on the fire hazard in their specific area.
  • Open burning season ends April 30

    Eligible property owners with permits have until April 30, 2014 to wrap up any open burning in the Central Okanagan.

    Under Regional District and local fire bylaws, permitted open burning may start October 1 and must be complete by April 30.  Fire chiefs may however change the dates depending on the fire hazard in their area.
  • Open Burning Season Begins in the Central Okanagan

    For the first time since the fall of 2010, open burning season in the Central Okanagan will begin as it normally does on October 1st.   During the past two years, dry conditions caused a delay in the start of open burning for those eligible property owners.

    Under Regional District and local fire bylaws, permitted open burning may start October 1st and must be complete by April 30th.  Fire chiefs may however change the dates depending on the fire hazard in their area.

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