Fire Department

Posted Monday, 10 May, 2021

(GREATER NAPANEE, ON) – Due to favourable spring conditions, Greater Napanee Emergency Services is lifting the current Partial Burn Ban for Greater Napanee, effective Saturday, May 15, 2021.
An Open-Air Burning Permit is required for open-air burning in Greater Napanee. Open-Air Burning Permits can be obtained online through the Town’s website, www.greaternapanee.com , on the ‘Burn Bans, Permits & Open-Air Burning’ page. It is $15.00 for an...

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Posted Tuesday, 27 April, 2021

(GREATER NAPANEE, ON) – Due to favourable spring conditions, Greater Napanee Emergency Services is downgrading the current “Total Burn Ban” to a “Partial Burn Ban” that will come into effect Friday, April 30, 2021. A “Partial Burn Ban” will allow residents to light and maintain a campfire of no more than 60 cm in width by 60 cm in height, used for cooking, warmth and/ or recreational enjoyment. Open-Air burning is only permitted two (2)...
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Posted Friday, 16 April, 2021

Public Notice: Greater Napanee Emergency Services Reminds Residents that Burn Barrels are Prohibited in Greater Napanee
   
Greater Napanee Emergency Services is reminding residents that burn barrels are prohibited in Greater Napanee, as per the Town’s Open Air Burning By-law 2019-0021.
Historically, burn barrels have been permitted within the Town; however, in recent years, improper use of burn barrels, including the burning of prohibited materials,...

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Posted Monday, 22 March, 2021

(GREATER NAPANEE, ON) – Greater Napanee Emergency Services crews have responded to three grass fires over the past five days: • March 17 - Emergency Services crews from Station 1 (Napanee) and Station 2 (Roblin) responded to a large, unattended grass fire on County Road 2 near Deseronto, where they managed to stop the fire from destroying several outbuildings, a barn, and the main residence. Over $800,000.00 in property value was spared; • March 20 – Emergency...
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Posted Monday, 31 August, 2020

(GREATER NAPANEE, ON) – Due to the favourable conditions received recently, Greater Napanee Emergency Services is lifting the “Partial Burn Ban” for Greater Napanee, effective August 31, 2020 .
Permit holders of valid Brush Fire and Agricultural Fire Permits are now permitted to burn as per the conditions indicated on the permit. An Open-Air Burning Permit is required for all open-air burning in Greater Napanee. Open-Air Burning Permits can be obtained...

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