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Pasco Lifts Burn Ban

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The ban was put into place after wildfires this spring.

PASCO COUNTY – The Pasco County Commission has lifted the burn ban that went into effect in the wake of April’s wildfires.

Residents may immediately resume open burning, campfires, yard waste burning and fireworks, but are encouraged to follow safe burning practices to prevent wildfires.

Pasco parks, recreation and natural resources is also rescinding its countywide burn ban; however, parks staff reserves the right to reinstate a no-open flame policy (campfires) on a day-to-day basis depending on the fire danger index. The county’s parks staff will inform campers of the open burning status during the reservation process.

For outdoor burning rules and safety tips, go to bit.ly/2dJXhbz
For current fire conditions, go to bit.ly/13SnvRF

For information about fire conditions and safety, go to Pasco County Fire Rescue’s website at pascocountyfl.net or call (727) 847-8102.

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Pasco Lifts Burn Ban
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