Douglas County burn ban to be lifted Monday
OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - Douglas County’s burn ban is being lifted soon.
According to the Douglas County Fire Chiefs, the county-wide burn ban will be lifted Monday, April 24.
Officials say the weather will be favorable for burning, but caution is still urged because there is still a lot of dry grass. All who intend to burn are asked to get a permit from their local fire chief.
The Fire Chiefs say all burn piles should be at least 50 feet from all structures and in an area without grass and brush. A nearby water supply is also necessary.
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