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County Moves to Complete Fire Ban

The County has issued a COMPLETE FIRE BAN effective Friday, April 28, 2023 until further notice.

EXTREME Fire Hazard Rating for Lac Ste. Anne County

The Fire Hazard Rating for Lac Ste. Anne County is EXTREME. As a result, the Fire Advisory has been upgraded to a COMPLETE FIRE BAN, effective as of April 28, 2023, until further notice. No new Fire Permits will be issued, and all existing Fire Permits are hereby cancelled. This Fire Ban affects all burning, including cooking / warming fires (backyard fire pits and campground fire pits), brush pile fires, slash pile fires AND the use of burn barrels. This Fire Ban also includes backwoods or random camping areas, charcoal briquettes, deep fryers (e.g. turkey fryers), tiki torches and wood fires in outdoor recreation facilities such as group campsites, gazebos, teepees, and wood burning stoves inside tent-like structures. Additionally, Fireworks discharge permits will not be issued at this time. 

Further Resources

Please report any wildfire to 9-1-1 with exact location to assist Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Personnel in locating and extinguishing these fires in a timely fashion. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Additional information may be found at For further information, please contact Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services at 780.785.3411 (toll-free 1.866.880.5722) or visit

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