Those planning on spending some time in the great outdoors over the Canada Day long weekend should keep fire restrictions in mind.

The City of Calgary has been under a Fire Restriction since June 18 due to their water main break.

It's expected that the city's water will be restored in the next few days, but until then, the use of fire pits, recreational campfires, and other outdoor solid fuel flame devices like smokers and barbecues are prohibited.

Foothills County is still under the Fire Advisory issued on June 13.

Fire Advisories still allow for things like residential fire pits, campfires in campgrounds, torches, and gas/propane stoves. Residents are still asked to use caution and to keep in mind that fire permits are required for Class 1 and 2 fires.

Vulcan County also has a Fire Advisory in place.

The towns of Okotoks, High River, and Diamond Valley are not subject to the Foothills County Fire Advisory, and none of the three towns currently have fire restrictions in place.

The status of Alberta's fire bans can be tracked on the Alberta Fire Bans website.