WILDFIRE UPDATE JULY 26, 2017 AT 12:00PM
WILDFIRE STATUS IS LOW TO MODERATE
There have been 196 wildfires in the High Level Forest Area this wildfire season, Currently, 1 is out of control, 1 is being held and 2 are under control.
- Fire, HWF-195 is currently out of control. It measures 25.16 hectares in size and is located approximately 24 km northwest of Jackfish Point No. 214, just west of Bistcho Lake.
For more information on the wildfire situation across the province of Alberta, visit: wildfire.alberta.ca
Smoke from the wildfires in British Columbia is expected to continue to affect the High Level Forest Area. You can monitor the smoke forecast site to keep informed on expected smoke dispersal. If you have health concerns associated to air quality, such as asthma, try to avoid spending time outside until the situation improves.
HELP PREVENT WILDFIRES
A campfire left smouldering can cause a wildfire. Never leave your campfire unattended and make sure it’s been completely extinguished before you leave your site. make sure your campfire is out.
Your off-highway vehicle can start a wildfire. Check your off-highway vehicle frequently for any smouldering debris. Grass, muskeg, moss or other debris can drop to the ground as you’re riding and spark a wildfire. ride debris free.
To learn more please visit wildfire.alberta.ca