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Partial burn ban lifted in the County

UPDATE SEPT 17: Prince Edward County Fire Chief Robert Rutter has lifted the partial 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 (Dec. 31, 2021).

SEPT. 2: Due to the dry weather conditions, Prince Edward County Fire Chief Robert Rutter has put in place a partial burn ban for the municipality, starting Sept. 2.

Under a partial ban, burning is restricted to a container with a screened top or a small campfire. Prince Edward County Fire and Rescue reminds residents that a burn permit is required for all open air burning.
The fire chief evaluates weather and ground conditions to determine the necessity of a burn ban. When conditions improve, the ban will be updated.
The burn status is available at any time by calling 613.476.7232, 613.962.3497 or by visiting The County homepage.

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