Regional Smoke Sensitivity Zone Mapsheets

Smoke Sensitivity Zones are defined in the Open Burning Smoke Control Regulation (OBSCR).

Detailed mapsheets (PDF) can be accessed by clicking on any numbered grid in the map below, or by clicking the map name in the reference table.

Regional Smoke Sensitivity Zone Mapsheets

Smoke Sensitivity Zones Table

Items in the table can be sorted either numerically by Zone # or alphabetically by Map Name, by clicking on the arrows in the table headers. 

Zone # on Map Provincial Smoke Sensitivity Map Name (map ID)
1 Tatshenshini River (114P)
2 Skagway (104M)
3 Atlin (104N)
54 Cape Scott (102I)
4 Jennings River (104O)
5 McDame (104P)
66 Penticton (82E)
6 Rabbit River (94M)
67 Nelson (82F)
7 Toad River (94N)
68 Fernie (82G)
8 Dease Lake (104J)
9 Cry Lake (104I)
10 Tuchodi Lakes (94K)
11 Fort Nelson (94J)
12 Telegraph Creek (104G)
13 Spatsizi River (104H)
14 Ware (94F)
15 Trutch (94G)
16 Beatton River (94H)
17 Iskut River (104B)
18 Bowser Lake (104A)
19 Mesilinka River (94C)
20 Halfway River (94B)
21 Charlie Lake (94A)
22 Nass River (103P/O)
23 Hazelton (93M)
24 Manson River (93N)
25 Pine Pass (930)
26 Dawson Creek (93P)
27 Dixon Entrance (103K)
28 Prince Rupert (103J)
29 Terrace (103I)
30 Smithers (93L)
31 Fort Fraser (93K)
32 McLeod Lake (93J)
33 Monkman Pass (93I)
34 Graham Island (103F)
35 Hecate Strait (103G)
36 Douglas Channel (103H)
37 Whitesail Lake (93E)
38 Nechako River (93F)
39 Prince George (93G)
40 McBride (93H)
41 Mount Robson (83E)
42 Laredo Sound (103A)
43 Bella Coola (93D)
44 Anahim Lake (93C)
45 Quesnel (93B)
46 Quesnel Lake (93A)
47 Canoe River (83D)
48 Rivers Inlet (92M)
49 Mount Waddington (92N)
50 Taseko Lakes (92O)
51 Bonaparte lake (92P)
52 Seymour Arm (82M)
53 Golden (82N/O)
55 Alert Bay (92L)
56 Bute Inlet (92K)
57 Pemberton (92J)
58 Ashcroft (92I)
59 Vernon (82L)
60 Lardeau (82K)
61 Kananaskis Lakes (82J)
62 Nootka Sound (92E)
63 Port Alberni (92F)
64 Vancouver (92G)
65 Hope (92H)
69 Cape Flattery (92C)
70 Victoria (92B)

*Please note the names of the maps are for reference only, and each map includes more communities.*