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A fire ban can restrict any of these regulated activities: • Open burning ("open burning" refers to controlled burns subject to conditions set in a Fire Permit) in non-residential areas. • Fireworks • Firepits and cooking stoves in parks • Backyard firepits • Burn barrels In most cases, a fire ban will only restrict open burning and fireworks. If conditions require, a ban may also restrict the use of firepits and cooking stoves in parks. Backyard firepits will only be banned when the fire hazard is extreme throughout the M.D.
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Due to Regulatory approval requirements, the award of the project was delayed by about three months.
Accordingly, project completion schedules including the delivery of some critical components for the Water Treatment Plant (WTP) were affected. To accommodate these unanticipated changes the project schedule previously planned needed extension. According to the revised schedule the project is on track.
The waterline component of the project is scheduled to be completed by March 31st, 2020, and the Water Treatment Plant is anticipated to be complete in August 31, 2020.
For more FAQs on the waterline, click here.
The deadline is March 31.
Click here for the declaration form and more information on the program.
You can find hours for each of our seven landfills/transfer stations on our interactive map. Click here to go to the map now.
Once you open the map, simply click on the landfill you’re interested in, and you will be taken to a page detailing location, operating hours, and the types of materials accepted.