Several municipalities in the region announce fire bans

The RM of Mervin will also allow patio heaters and fully enclosed fireplaces powered by wood pellets.

For the Town of Meadow Lake and the Rural Municipality of Meadow Lake, municipalities will notify residents when the fire ban is lifted. People are also advised to check for updates on the respective Facebook page and through Voyent Alert.

The City of North Battleford and the Rural Municipality of North Battleford also have fire bans in place.

People can call the Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency and Fire Safety’s Control Burn Line at 1-866-404-4911 to receive updates on all municipalities with fire bans in effect.

They are also recommended to call this number to report their controlled burn for communities where there is no ban in place.

stay safe

While there is no fire ban in effect in the City of Battleford, Mayor Ames Leslie is asking residents to make sure they follow the rules to keep everyone safe. He posted on his Facebook page a reminder to people that to start a fire in their backyard, they need an approved fire apparatus and a City Hall-approved fireplace permit.

“Don’t be that guy and ruin it for all of us,” Leslie said.

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