Fire Ban in effect for Huron Shores
Fire bans are now in affect in Elliot Lake, Blind River and Huron Shores. Photo by Rosalind Russell - myespanolanow.com and myalgomamanitoulinnow.com staffer
Due to the current hot dry weather and the 14 day forecast not indicating any significant rain and continued hot and dry weather, the Municipality of Huron Shores Fire Chief has imposed a Fire Ban, effective Noon (12:00 p.m.), Friday, July 3, 2020.
Until further notice, the Municipality of Huron Shores will no longer be issuing burning permits of any kind.
Burning permits are not required for a campfire. A campfire is defined as: A fire intended to be used for cooking or warmth where the fire is constantly attended, no greater than 1 (one) metre in diameter, the flames are less than 1 (one) metre high, the fire is enclosed by non-combustible material such as steel, rock or brick, and it is at least 5 (five) metres from any combustible material or building.
For more information on Open Air Burning, please visit our website at www.huronshores.ca.