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It is illegal to have a campfire when Stage 1 Fire Restrictions are in effect. Exemption: Fires (charcoal and campfires) used for cooking, providing warmth, or for recreational purposes are permitted in areas designated for that purpose, in a metal grill or fire pit. The area must be barren and cleared of all debris. An adult person must attend to the fire at all times with no exceptions.
Yes, you are permitted to use personal heating and cooking devices solely fueled by liquid petroleum or LPG fuels that can be turned on and off.
No, burning of debris is prohibited during Stage 1 Fire Restrictions, even with a valid permit.
During Stage 1 Fire Restrictions, smoking is limited to designated areas only. Designated areas include inside an enclosed vehicle, building or in designated smoking areas that have been cleared of combustible materials. These areas may include porches, garages, carports, and parking lots. Smoking materials always must be properly extinguished and disposed of. Lit smoking materials may never be discarded from a vehicle or in a public place.
Yes, target shooting is allowed where legally permitted. However, the use of explosive targets or tracer rounds are prohibited. Also, the use of any and all consumer fireworks are strictly prohibited.
During “red flag warning,” “wind advisory” or “high wind warning” conditions, no open outdoor fires, campfires, charcoal fires, or outdoor smoking is permitted on either public or private property within the Town.