Department of Natural Resources - Prohibitions - Fires, lighted cigarettes, embers.

Published: 1975-06-14

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No person shall kindle, build, maintain, or use a fire other than in places provided or designated for such purposes except by written permission issued by the Area Manager. Any fire embers or burning briquettes shall be continuously under the care and direction of a competent person over fourteen years of age from the time it is kindled until it is extinguished. No person within the confines of any area administered by the Division shall throw away or discard any match, cigarette, cigar, embers or briquettes or other burning object which has not been entirely extinguished before being thrown away or discarded in receptacles or areas provided therefore. The Area Manager or his authorized representative may limit the size of all campfires and prescribe safety precautions to be taken. Upon a determination of extreme fire hazard no person shall smoke or build fires in areas posted as areas of extreme fire hazard.

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