TOWNSHIP OF MCNAB/BRAESIDE

FIRE BAN ISSUED FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF MCNAB BRAESIDE
The McNab Braeside Fire Department has issued a temporary Fire Ban for the entire Township that will remain in effect until further notice. An immediate Ban on open air and recreational burning within the Municipality has been issued due to extremely dry fine fuels on the ground and windy conditions.  The Fire Ban has been implemented to avoid possible hazardous situations that may result from outdoor burning and human error.  The Fire Ban includes all campfires at established campgrounds and on private properties as well as Fireworks and Pyrotechnics.  Fire Permits will NOT be issued during the Fire Ban and all current Permits are immediately cancelled. For further information, please contact Fire Chief Dave Hartwick at (613) 316-2097 or the Township of McNab Braeside at (613) 623-5756.

Almost 100 square miles, the Township of McNab/Braeside is situated between the towns of Arnprior and Renfrew. The Township is within easy commuting distance of downtown Ottawa. Bordering the Ottawa River on the northeast and White Lake on the southwest, with the magnificent Madawaska River flowing through it, the municipality is a nature’s paradise.

About 7,500 people live here year-round — many in the communities of Braeside, Burnstown, Glasgow Station, Lochwinnoch, Pine Grove, Sand Point, Stewartville, Waba and White Lake — and thousands more flock to the area in the summer months.

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