All Open Burning Prohibited in the Otter Point Fire District until further notice.

Class A, Class B, and Incinerators (Burn Barrels) are Prohibited   

Effective Friday, April 17, 2020, Following the recent Provincial Burning Restrictions. All open burning activities will be prohibited throughout the Otter Point Fire District to reduce the likelihood of human-caused wildfires, and help reduce the impact of smoke on air quality and public health during the COVID-19 pandemic.


The following activities will be prohibited, and these restrictions will remain in effect until the public is otherwise notified:

* Class A  open fires; (Burn piles larger than two meters in diameter and one meter in height and any land clearing debris)

* Class B open fires; (Hand piles under two meters or 6 feet in diameter and a maximum height of 1 meter or 3 feet.)

* Resource Management open fires;

* the use of fireworks;

* the use of sky lanterns; and

* the use of Incinerators (burn barrels) or burn cages of any size or description

These prohibitions apply to all public and private land within the Otter Point Fire District.


Contained Campfires are still permitted. Clean, split wood only. 

* Campfires shall not exceed 1 meter in diameter and 1 meter in height. All campfires must be contained by a suitable receptacle made of fireproof materials (such as rocks or metal) that completely surround the fire. Fires are to be continuously controlled and supervised by a competent person until the fire is completely extinguished.


Link below for further information on the BC Provincial Burning Restrictions

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Updated: June 29, 2020 — 9:36 am