Muskoka fire danger rating back at moderate
The Fire Ban in Muskoka has been lifted. (Pexels photo -Daniel Johansson)
The fire danger rating for Muskoka has gone back down a level.
It’s now sitting at “moderate”.
Although small fires are still permitted in most rural areas, the Muskoka Association of Fire Chiefs says you need to be extremely cautious with all open flames. On top of that, no daytime burning is allowed at all. You have to be with your fire at all times and have the proper gear and water on hand to put it out if need be.
Officials continue to monitor the situation and will change the danger rating as need be. You can call 1-877-847-1577 for the latest fire danger rating before any outdoor burning. The Muskoka fire season runs from April 1st to October 31st every year.