The #BCWildfire Service would like to remind the public that this is an active incident, for firefighter and public… https://t.co/rgVD8bKQkZ More Information
The #BCWildfire Service is responding to the Dick Hart Memorial Park wildfire (K20261), approx. 14.5km northeast of… https://t.co/OycaHBh0dw More Information
To learn more about your responsibilities when open burning or lighting a campfire, check out the image below. To r… https://t.co/XBi4OdoBmN More Information
Grass & other fuels have not had a chance to green up, leaving fuels dry & volatile. Warmer temperatures & windy co… https://t.co/KgRdoonLso More Information
Heading into the weekend British Columbia is experiencing warmer weather and lower humidity levels throughout the p… https://t.co/F2kEmQXCBw More Information
A wildfire estimated at six hectares in size is currently burning adjacent to Highway 1 and the CN Rail tracks in C… https://t.co/QS4zFTM0NL More Information
The fire has not impacted travel along Highway 1 but has closed the CN Rail tracks at this time. The fire cause is… https://t.co/VTmGh08E7q More Information
The team will be beginning the burn today and is anticipating to burn at min ~ 20 ha section of the area. After the… https://t.co/gCTCbOyLzo More Information
The #BCWildfire Service and Lower Similkameen Indian Band will be on site today for the start of the Crater Mountai… https://t.co/ACzDgIdjvm More Information
A poster explaining the different categories of open burning and applicable regulations is available online: https://t.co/yzH1vNsKlZ More Information
BC Wildfire Updates
This fire is currently 1302.0 hectares. The status of this fire has been changed to Being Held and will become a Modified Response fire. The fire will be monitored, and should it be required crews will be assigned to respond. Later today this fire will be removed from Fires of Note.
West Division: Crews will continue to demob redundant hose lays while mopping-up and patrolling along the perimeter.
East Division: Crews have established a hoselay and are mopping up along the cliff edge above Draw Creek. They will continue to solidify the perimeter and demob fire gear along any edges considered cold.
Helicopters will support crews when and as necessary.