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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The City of Fort St. John and the District of Taylor have rescinded evacuation alerts put in place earlier this week.
The City of Fort St. John says it will continue to monitor the wildfire situation and support citizens who the wildfires have displaced. Residents of Fort St. John can safely resume everyday activities in our community.
The city and the district implemented alerts on Monday due to the Stoddart Creek Wildfire.
Taylor says the risk of wildfire remains high and advises residents to remain alert and prepared. Water restrictions and fire bans are still in effect in the district.
The Peace River Regional District has made changes to the evacuation alerts and orders in place for the Red Creek and Stoddart Creek wildfires. For information on alerts and orders, visit the Peace River Regional District’s website.
All open fires will be prohibited across the Prince George Fire Centre starting Friday at noon.
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