Fire Ban Lifted July 12

Fire Ban Lifted July 12

Fire Risk: Moderate – see the restrictions,

No daytime burning between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

Campfires, bonfires, charcoal BBQs, outdoor candles and lanterns, Tiki torches, propane fire pits, chimineas and the burning of leaves or brush are only permitted between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m.

If you want to burn between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., a burn permit is required, but is subject to approval by the Fire Department. 

Propane and charcoal BBQs are permitted for food preparation only, but must be extinguished immediately after use.

Get more information about when consumer or display fireworks can be lit.

Forest Fires

Keep up to date on the MNRF forest fire danger rating.

The Forest Fire Danger Rating is determined using factors such as the relative humidity, temperature, previous 24 hour rain amount, wind direction and wind speed in combination with the forest fuel type and loads to determine the risk of the forest to certain fire types.

View the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry’s Forest Fire Info Map for information about current forest fires.

Burning Regulations

During a fire ban, none of the burn regulations below are permitted.

No daytime burning between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. between April 1 to October 31.

All burning in Dysart (any time of the year) must be:

  • Limited to one fire, smaller than two (2) meters in diameter and must be attended at all times by a competent person with adequate equipment to extinguish the fire (this person responsible for any damages)
  • Away from combustible material, buildings, property lines and roadways by at least three (3) meters.

To report a complaint about daytime burning contact the Dysart Fire Department at 705-457-1740 x 647. If it is an emergency call 911.

For full details of the Dysart open air burning regulations, see By-Law 2019-25.

Contact Us

Dysart et al
P.O. Box 389
135 Maple Avenue
Haliburton Ontario, Canada K0M 1S0
Main: 705-457-1740 | Fax: 705-457-1964