Do you need a permit for a fire pit in Edmonton?
Regarding this, do you need a permit to have a campfire?
Campfire Permits are required for open fires, such as campfire, barbecues and portable stoves on federally controlled lands and private lands that are the property of another person. On private lands, written permission from the landowner is also required for campfire use.
Similarly, is there a fire ban for Edmonton? Fire Bans. There are no fire bans or restrictions in effect at this time. Dry weather can lead to fire hazards in City parks, fields and other green spaces. When the fire hazard is extreme, the City of Edmonton may issue a fire ban or fire restriction to protect life and property.
One may also ask, can I put a fire pit in my backyard?
Most communities will require you to put the fire pit a specific distance from a home. Some communities will even require a permit and a site inspection from your local fire department. Fire pits should be placed at least 25 feet from buildings and other structures like fences, sheds, trees, shrubs, and decking.
How far does a fire pit have to be away from the house?
All fire pits should be at least 10 to 20 feet away from a house or other structure. This is the recommended minimum distance, but the farther away you install your fire pit, the less likely a fire hazard it will become.