Better Have A Permit Before Planning A FireApril 15, 2017 7:00am
‘Tis the season for open campfires and toasted marshmallows.
As it starts to feel more and more like summer outside, fire officials in Chatham-Kent are out with reminders to obtain a burn permit before feeling the heat from bylaw enforcement.
Residents can apply for an Open Air Burn Permit — which serves the Agricultural sector well by allowing for larger and multiple fires — or a Campfire Permit for warmth, recreation and cooking.
They’re available online or at any municipal service centre.