Burning permits are required for all outdoor burning in PEI during fire season - March 15 to November 30 each year.
Permits are available free-of-charge at any Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division office from Monday to Friday during normal working hours...
Fire season runs from March 15th to December 1st. During this period, burning permits are required for outdoor burning. Many Island communities have their own burning regulations. Find more information in Burning Permits.
Even with a burning permit,...
The Fire Weather Index (FWI) is updated daily during fire season (March 15 - November 30) on PEI.
For April 21, 2019
Fire Weather Index (FWI)
Date and time
Tips for Safe Outdoor Burning
Check the Fire Weather Index and local wind speeds.
Keep fires small and if possible, burn in a contained fire pit or an approved outdoor burning structure.
Have adequate water and fire suppression tools on hand (shovels...
Call 911 to report a forest fire on PEI
To report a wildfire, forest fire or grass fire, call 911 and include the following information:
Community name where the fire is occurring
Route number and/or road name
Civic number of the property where the...