The wildfire danger is LOW in the Slave Lake Forest Area.
Wildfire Update September 8, 2020
Since March 1 in the Slave Lake Forest Area, there have been 63 wildfires which have burned a total of 269.5 hectares.
For information on the current wildfire situation across the province of Alberta, visit wildfirestatus.alberta.ca.
In the Forest Protection Area of Alberta, a fire permit is required for all types of burning, except for a cooking or warming fire.
To request your free fire permit call your local Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Office.
Slave Lake/Red Earth/Peerless/Trout 780-849-7377
High Prairie 780-523-6619
Fire permits help us to track what is burning on the landscape. If you’re burning without a fire permit or outside fire permit conditions, your fire is considered a wildfire. By getting a fire permit you help keep our firefighters free to fight real wildfires instead of responding to the smoke in your backyard.
Albertans are always asked to use caution when working or recreating in the outdoors:
Firefighters thank you for doing your part to prevent wildfires.
Unless conditions change you can expect your next wildfire update on September 15th.
If you have any questions please contact:
Wildfire Information Officer