Report a wildfire:

1 800 663-5555 or *5555 on a cell

What can you do?

  1. Report wildfires immediately
  2. Respect fire bans and forest closures
  3. Educate yourself on being Fire Smart and how to protect your family, your property and your locality from wildfire –
  4. Spread the word – let your friends and family know what to do if they see a forest fire, and how to learn about forest fire prevention

What the danger class ratings mean?

Low: Fires may start easily and spread quickly, but there will be minimal involvement of deeper fuel layers or larger fuels.

Moderate: Forest fuels are drying and there is an increased risk of surface fires starting. Carry out any forest activities with caution.

High: Forest fuels are very dry and the fire risk is serious. New fires may start easily, burn vigorously, and challenge fire suppression efforts. Extreme caution must be used in any forest activities. Open burning and industrial activities may be restricted.

Extreme: Extremely dry forest fuels and the fire risk is very serious. New fires will start easily, spread rapidly, and challenge fire suppression efforts. General forest activities may be restricted, including open burning, industrial activities and campfires.