Statewide Burn Ban Status for 02/23/2024 05:00 EST Return to IDHS Home »

Restrictions on outdoor burning activities or "burn bans" can be ordered by any local fire chief for his or her jurisdiction, or they may be imposed by the legislative body of a city, town or county. While the Indiana State Fire Marshal does not declare local burn bans, the Fire Marshal supports local efforts to reduce the fire risk escalated by dry weather.

County leaders consider several factors when making the decision to issue a burn ban.

  • Soil conditions
  • Relative humidity
  • Wind speeds

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0  Counties are currently reporting active Burn Bans.

Indiana Department of Homeland Security
Statewide Burn Ban Status for 02/23/2024 05:00 EST
  • County Burn Ban In Effect
  • Local Area Burn Ban In Effect
  • Previous Ban Lifted
  • No Current Report

NOTICE: Burn Ban Status information is provided by each County's Emergency Management Agency.

Please see the comments listed below by County.

County Ban Status Reported Additional Information
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