City of Campbell River fire ban lifted

by Daniela Karrass | Aug 30, 2016

Following the Coastal Fire Centre’s rescinding of the open fire ban, the City of Campbell River is lifting its ban on recreational fires as of noon on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016.

People are reminded that recreational fires must not be larger than 60 centimetres (24 inches) in diameter in a fire pit that is constructed to confine the fire.

Beach fires must be below the high tide line.

“All recreational fires must be attended by an adult with equipment to extinguish the fire (i.e. a water bucket or hose),” says fire chief Ian Baikie. “Make sure the fire is completely extinguished and ashes are cold to the touch before leaving the area.”

For more information, contact the fire department at 250-286-6266 or visit the fire department page on the City’s website – www.crfd.ca

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City of Campbell River fire ban lifted

by Daniela Karrass | Aug 30, 2016

Following the Coastal Fire Centre’s rescinding of the open fire ban, the City of Campbell River is lifting its ban on recreational fires as of noon on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016.

People are reminded that recreational fires must not be larger than 60 centimetres (24 inches) in diameter in a fire pit that is constructed to confine the fire.

Beach fires must be below the high tide line.

“All recreational fires must be attended by an adult with equipment to extinguish the fire (i.e. a water bucket or hose),” says fire chief Ian Baikie. “Make sure the fire is completely extinguished and ashes are cold to the touch before leaving the area.”

For more information, contact the fire department at 250-286-6266 or visit the fire department page on the City’s website – www.crfd.ca