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NORMAL Fire Restrictions In Place for Grand County

Normal fire restrictions allow a 3′ x 3′ x 2′ recreational “camp fire” at private residences and camp fires at established and dispersed camping spots.

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Open Burn season is also closed in Grand County. Details can be found here at the Department of Natural Resources http://www.co.grand.co.us/142/Open-Burning

Remember: Burn barrels are illegal in the State of Colorado, the following is information from the CO Dept. of Public Health & Environment:

 

Why Can’t I burn in a burn barrel?

  • It’s the law–Burn barrels are defined as incinerators using the definition given in the Air Quality Control Commission (AQCC) Common Provisions Regulation.  Incinerators require Construction Permits and are subject to federal and state testing requirements and regulations.  Incinerators are required by the EPA to have pollution control systems that reduce emissions.
  • Burn barrels do not combust efficiently, resulting in limited oxygen and lower temperatures that create smoke, odors and a variety of toxic pollutants like dioxins.  Dioxins are known carcinogens and can increase the risk of both short-term and long-term health problems.  Burn barrels not only impact your own health, but the health of your neighbors and the environment.  The smoke created by burn barrels also creates a nuisance.

 

 

Current Fire Danger

Fire Danger is MODERATE Today!

Fire Danger is MODERATE!

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CLICK HERE FOR THE JUNE 22nd, 2022  BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING AGENDA

Please call the Office @ 970-726-5824 if you would like to attend Via Zoom

Board meeting agenda for meeting on June 22 2022

 

 

 

2022 BOARD OF DIRECTOR’S MEETING DATES

JANUARY 26TH
FEBRUARY 23RD
MARCH 23RD
APRIL 27TH
MAY 25TH
JUNE 22ND
JULY 27TH
AUGUST 24TH
SEPTEMBER 28TH
OCTOBER 26TH
NOVEMBER TBA
DECEMBER TBA

Kitchen Hood Replacement Program a Success!!

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Over the last decade, our local restaurants were faced with the financial burden of updating their kitchen fire suppression systems to meet changing fire safety standards. East Grand Fire wanted to help lessen this costly expense for our local restaurants so thus created the Commercial Kitchen Safety Incentive Program. This provided up to a $500.00 grant to help the with required replacement of antiquated kitchen hood fire suppression systems in the East Grand Fire Protection District.

We are pleased to say that, to date, East Grand Fire was able to help 11 establishments with the required upgrade to their hood systems. The project is now being completed and East Grand Fire is very happy to have been able to be a part of this important life safety and property preservation enhancing project for our community.

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