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To protect life and property and to ensure the safety, health and welfare of the residents of Anchorage.
The following information was updated THURSDAY, JULY 18 at 3:00pm.
The Emergency Operations Center is at Response Operations Level - NORMAL.
From the Anchorage Fire Department:
BURN BAN STILL IN EFFECT!
The BURN BAN is still in
effect in Anchorage, however campfires are now allowed in designated locations
in State Parks that are within the Municipality.
To be clear: Outdoor fires are
prohibited during the burn ban; this includes bon fires, campfires (other than
State Parks), open flame cooking fires (except barbecues), portable outdoor
fireplaces, fixed/built in outdoor fireplaces, grass or yard debris burning,
and any other heat sources which have the potential to start a grass or
The only outside heat sources allowed are barbecue grills (electric, gas &
charcoal) and enclosed pellet grills (Traeger, etc.).
Contact AFD's Forester if you have questions at 267-4902.
To receive information, tips, and other messaging concerning emergency preparedness on your smartphone from the Office of Emergency Management, text your MOA Zip Code to 888-777 (Nixle).
You can also sign up at
Nixle.com to receive email messages and adjust your account preferences.
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