Not yet--we are gearing up for one heck of a fire season, however. Hopefully it will hold off until we get enough moisture to prevent it from happening. There are already smokejumpers and hotshots training here and I see the vans going all the time.
We haven't had any rain for a month, so not yet (since there were fireworks the past few days) but if we don't get rain, then maybe. It's also been about 103-105 here with an average of very high 90's. I haven't left my place for longer than a few minutes. @_@
We have been having rain lately, so we aren't on one. Usually, in my area they doesn't have them. But I live less then 10 miles from the lake. Out where my parents live they get open fire bans. Which means they are allowed to burn in a bin or drum, but not in the yard. That is usually what happens in our area. But again, we live right on the lake, so water supply is always here.
We live on an acre on an unincorporated area, and can pretty much do what we like. Meaning, we have few "rules" that are enforced. (Especially, since the police avoid our neighborhood like the plague.)
My Man wanted to burn some brush and old papers the other day, but opted not to. We had a hard storm yesterday (I was in a top heavy van on the Interstate at the time) but we'll wait to burn anything, to be safe.
Our neighbors, (many of whom don't give a damn about anything but their own convenience, have been burning regularly, even when we hadn't had rain in a month. Selfish self absorbed jerks.)