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No burning in Butte County allowed this Sunday until further notice

CAL FIRE said as soon as burning is allowed to resume they will notify residents and property owners.

Posted: Apr 10, 2021 3:54 PM
Updated: Apr 11, 2021 9:31 AM

OROVILLE, Calif. – The Butte County Air Quality Management District has declared a NO BURN DAY for Sunday, Apr. 11, 2021, at the request of the CAL FIRE Butte Unit. No burn days will continue until further notice.

A spokesperson for the CAL FIRE Butte Unit said on Saturday that the forecast for the next few days calls for high winds, warm temperatures, and low humidity, and that is why they requested a halt to residential burning throughout Butte County.

CAL FIRE said as soon as burning is allowed to resume they will notify residents and property owners.

CLICK HERE to visit the CAL FIRE Butte Unit webpage that has an orange CAN I BURN TODAY button. Residents can always click on that button to check the burn day status. Also, people can find all the regulations and guidelines for safe, legal burning in Butte County at that website.

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Lightning-caused fires will be a concern over the next few days as thunderstorms enter the forecast. We stay warm to begin next week but cool into the 70s by Wednesday.
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