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🔥Essential Fire Prevention Tips for Travelers in British Columbia🔥

As you enjoy your time in the beautiful surroundings here in British Columbia, we kindly ask for your cooperation in preventing wildfires. Our region is known for its dry tinder and high temperatures during hot summer months, which increases the risk of fires.


As your property manager, we strive to keep you informed about any fire bans and restrictions in effect. Our top priority is your safety and the preservation of our beautiful surroundings. Please be aware of the following:

 

🚫 Fire Bans: Be aware that local government agencies may impose fire bans during periods of high fire risk. Always adhere to these bans and any restrictions in place.

 

🔥 Campfires: If permitted, only build campfires in designated areas and follow all regulations. Never leave a campfire unattended, and ensure it is fully extinguished before leaving.

 

🚒 Emergency Contacts: Familiarize yourself with emergency contacts and evacuation routes in case of a wildfire. Stay informed about any alerts or warnings issued by local authorities.

 

🌲 Wildfire Prevention: Help prevent wildfires by not discarding cigarettes, ensuring vehicles do not create sparks, follow rules regarding ATV's on trails and avoiding the use of other equipment that could cause sparks in dry vegetation.

 

📞 Report Sightings: If you notice smoke or signs of a fire, report it immediately to local authorities by calling emergency services. Dial 5555 on your cell phone or 911 to report wild fires.


Let's work together to preserve the natural beauty of our surroundings and keep everyone safe. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

 

Stay safe and enjoy your visit!

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