From Staff Reports

The Facebook page for the Navarro County Office of Emergency Management has issued the following statement in regards to the 2022 burn ban:

The Navarro County Outdoor Burn Ban has been temporarily lifted by County Judge H. M. Davenport as of 2 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 31.

Due to green up of vegetation from recent rains, overall county average KBDI below 575, and low fire weather conditions, the burn ban has been temporarily lifted and will be considered again at the next County Commissioners’ Court Meeting.

Residents are still advised to use caution when burning outdoors. 

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