If you haven’t lived in central Texas for very long, you may not know that county governments typically reserve the right to ban outdoor burning and dangerous situations that can cause wildfires. It’s dry here most of the time, although you wouldn’t know it from looking at the weather we’ve had during the past week. Like the old saying goes, if you don’t like the weather, just wait 10 minutes.
County Commissioners lifted the burn ban in New Braunfels Friday until further notice. If you ever have questions about the status of burn bans in Comal County, simply visit the Comal County Fire Marshal‘s website for more information. You’ll also find a wealth of information about TCEQ regulations and rules on outdoor burning in addition to burn ban and other important weather and fire-related information.