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Residents can obtain an “Open Burning” or "Campfire" Permit for property's within the District of Peachland during regular office hours from Peachland Fire Hall located at 4401 - 3rd St., Monday to Friday 8 am – 4 pm.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Fire Department at (250) 767-2841 or email: email@example.com.
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REGIONAL DISTRICT FIRE PROTECTION
If you live within an incorporated area within the Regional District, then most likely fire protection is provided to you through your local municipal fire department. However, if you live outside of a municipal boundary then you either receive fire protection from one of the four regional volunteer departments or not at all. The exceptions being June Springs, Brent Road and the south end of Lakeshore Road where at the request of residents from these previously unprotected regional neighborhoods, the bordering municipalities have agreed to provide fire protection.
Regional District of the Central Okanagan website links:Fire Prevention