FIRE BAN STILL IN EFFECT!May 17 2023
Due to ongoing dry and windy conditions, as well as wildfires occurring in other areas of the Province that are being supported by mutual aid resources from our local fire departments, the Total Fire Ban for the Town of Millet will remain in effective until further notice.
No outdoor fires are permitted, including:
• Recreational fire pits;
• Open fires (brush, bonfire);
• Burn barrels;
• No in-ground roasts with charcoal briquettes
The discharge of fireworks is strictly prohibited.
• Cooking and recreational appliances that can be turned off using a switch or valve (fire table, electric smoker, propane or natural gas barbeques) are allowed
• Pellet barbeques are allowed
If you see a fire, please call 9-1-1 and report it as soon as possible.
Fire officials will continue to monitor conditions and update the public at www.county.wetaskiwin.ab.ca and www.albertafirebans.ca when the ban is lifted or downgraded.