Welcome to the Navarro County Office of Emergency Management. This site provides resource tools to determine if a Countywide Burn Ban is in effect, Preparedness websites, and other key information for our county residents. ReadyWarn weather warning posts will now be automatically posted to Facebook and to Twitter. You can now follow us on Twitter and on Facebook for regular updates throughout the week. Please note we will be adding adding additional content over the coming weeks so check back with us. Thank you for your continued support and sharing this information with your neighbors.
The Burn Ban for Navarro County has been lifted. Navarro County Commissioners Court lifted the burn ban due to much lower KBDI values, vegetation greenup, and lowered fire risks. Please continue to use caution with outdoor burns. #burnban #dfwwx #ncoemwx
Today, July 5th, 2018 Navarro County Commissioners Court ratified County Judge HM Davenport’s Burn Ban Order from June 29th, 2018. This order will remain in place for 90 days or until it is determined that drought and wildfire danger have subsided below limits that pose a threat to public safety.
WHEREAS, Section 352.081 of the Texas Local Government Code provides that the commissioners court of a county by order may prohibit or restrict outdoor burning in the unincorporated area of the county if drought conditions have been determined to exist in all of Navarro County, Texas by the Texas Forest Service; or the commissioners court …