Fires banned in Princeton

The Town of Princeton would like to remind everyone that fires are not permitted within the town limits from April 15 to Oct. 15.

The Town of Princeton would like to remind everyone that fires are not permitted within the town limits from April 15 to Oct. 15.

Fire restrictions for the Kamloops Fire Centre started on May 15. Campfires smaller than half a metre high by half a metre wide are not banned, but people should check with each community to see if other restrictions are in affect.

The restriction applies to the entire Kamloops Fire Centre, except Clearwater and Salmon Arm. Lillooet, Merritt, Vernon and Penticton fire zones will be under restriction.

 

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