NAPLES, Fla. Collier County has issued an immediate burn ban, county manager Leo Ochs said.
The immediate ban includes outdoor burning and outdoor ignition sources during extreme drought conditions and is effective until May 12, the county said. Those who violate the order could be fined up to $15,000.
Collier County Manager Leo Ochs has authorized a burn ban in Collier County effective immediately. https://t.co/aIDDsPT2Tg
— Collier County EM (@CollierEM) April 21, 2017