Burn Ban in Effect in Fort Bend County

Jul 12, 2022

On Tuesday, June 21, Fort Bend County Commissioners Court called a special meeting to address the ongoing drought issue in our region. This special meeting addressed the widespread drought conditions in the county and immediately put into effect a burn ban.

This burn ban, which went into effect prior to the 4th of July celebrations, continues to remain in effect for Fort Bend County until further notice.

Fire Marshal | Emergency Notice

Burn Ban in Effect

Due to drought conditions and the high risk of fire dangers, the ban limits the use of open flames which includes the burning of trash, campfires, burn barrels, and other open flame devices, that can ignite combustible materials and result in personal injury, property damage, and loss of life.

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