COMAL COUNTY: BURN BAN ~ ON

07 / 05 / 2024 @ 6:00 AM

NO OUTDOOR BURNING PERMITTED WITHIN COMAL COUNTY.

The Burn Ban will remain in effect for the next 90 days unless changed by the Fire Marshall.

  • No Campfires!
  • No Tiki Torches!
  • No Open Flames of any kind!
  • Yes, during the Burn Ban, only outdoor cooking is permitted.
  • Propane or Charcoal Grill required.
  • Pits/Grills must be elevated, enclosed, and have a solid lid.
  • Please dump the ash from your personal pit or grill in the firepit at your campsite.
  • Our Camp Rangers will dispose of all ash upon your departure.
  • If you have a longer stay and require ash removal from your  firepit before departure, please notify a Camp Ranger or the Office.
  • YES! Please extinguish all hot coals from your pit or grill.
  • Red Coals or Smoke emitting from ash can still catch fire due to wind.
  • If you need assistance with extinguishing your coals please notify a Camp Ranger.

No, unfortunately. Our fire pits are not elevated, enclosed, and do not have a solid lid.

No, unfortunately. Only Propane or Charcoal is permitted during a Burn Ban.

No, unfortunately.

  • Wood burning is not permittted during a Burn Ban.
  • Solid Lids are required to contain all fires.
  • Only the Comal County Fire Marshall can lift the Burn Ban. 
  • It will depend on the amount of rain received.
  • Summer Burn Bans generally require at least 3 inches of rain or more within the County to lift a Burn Ban 

Yes! The minimum fine starts at $1,000.00

Please notify a Camp Ranger or our Office immediately!

Click Link @ Right for More Information; Comal County Fire Marshal’s Office

If you have any questions please contact our office. Thank You.

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