Randall County now under 90-day burn ban

Randall County now under 90-day burn ban
This shows the latest counties under a burn ban as of 2-19

RANDALL COUNTY, TX (KFDA) - Randall County is now under a 90-day burn ban.

The Randall County Commissioners Court voted to issue a countywide burn ban.

The Randall County Commissioners Court voted to issue a countywide burn ban. This burn ban will be effective for the...

Posted by Randall County Fire Department on Tuesday, February 19, 2019

This is the latest map from the Texas A&M Forest Service, detailing which counties are under a ban as of Feb. 19, 2019.

The map updates daily.

This shows the latest counties under a burn ban as of 2-19 (Source: Texas A&M Forest Service)
This shows the latest counties under a burn ban as of 2-19 (Source: Texas A&M Forest Service)

Burn bans prohibit the creation of any open flames outside. That means fire pits, campfires, uncovered grills and open burning of trash are all banned because of high fire danger.

If you violate a burn ban, that’s a Class C Misdemeanor, meaning you could be facing a fine of up to $500.

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