Fire bans

Information on fire bans issued by county administrative boards. If you plan to light a fire, comply with fire ban rules, if any, in effect in your municipality and county. You can also contact your local emergency service with questions about fire risks and lighting fires.

Each county administrative board is responsible for the information relating to fire bans in effect in the county’s municipalities.

There are two types of fire ban – fire bans and stringent fire bans. You can find information on your municipality’s website about what applies in your local area. You can find links to the various municipalities’ information under “More information” when you click on the municipalities on the map. 

If information for a municipality is unavailable or limited, it means that the service is not used by the county administrative board in which the municipality is located. There may still be a fire ban in the municipality. For more information, check with the county administrative board or municipality.

Source: The county administrative boards’ mapping service – fire bans in fields and forests

The county administrative boards’ mapping service for fire bans

  • Green = no fire ban (please note that even if there is no fire ban in effect, there may be a recommendation against lighting fires).
  • Orange or red = fire ban. Click on the municipality for more information.
  • Grey = non-participating county. Please note that a fire ban may be in effect. For more information on fire bans, check with the county administrative board and municipality.

More information on the map

The map originates from the county administrative boards’ fire ban mapping service and contains information including:

  • Who took the decision on the fire ban.
  • The start date of the fire ban.
  • A link to the decision on the fire ban or a link to more information on the fire ban on another website.
  • Status regarding the fire ban in each municipality.
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