New open-air burning regulations in Kingston to take effect

If backyard campfires are one way you’ve been warding off the pandemic blues, you’ll need a new piece of paper for safekeeping. As of April 19, 2021, the City of Kingston will require residents to obtain an open-air burn permit. In addition to the new permit, the city will launch

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KFR seeking input on an open-air burning bylaw

A new bylaw has been proposed to address concerns surrounding open-air burning in Kingston. Kingston Fire & Rescue (KFR) is seeking input on an open-air burning bylaw aimed at clarifying and enforcing compliance when, where and how open-air fires are allowed in Kingston, the City of Kingston said in a

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Level one fire ban lifted in South Frontenac

As of today, Wednesday, Jul. 22, 2020, the level one burn ban has been lifted in the Township of South Frontenac. This lifted burn ban means that residents can return to having open air fires, including open air cooking fires, camping fires, and approved incinerator or brush pile fires that

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