Officials in Montgomery County lifted the burn ban that was in place for several weeks due to the hot and dry conditions.
The lift was due, in part, to a few consecutive days of rain and a change in the weather pattern.
The county, along with the city of Clarksville has lifted the outdoor grill ban.
The overall burn ban has also been lifted in Columbia and Maury counties and in Goodlettsville.
According BurnSafeTN.org, State Agriculture Commissioner Julius Johnson said although there is no longer a ban in place, they encourage residents to use good judgment and to avoid situations that could cause a fire.
The burn ban is still in place for the city of Murfreesboro and officials said it will be for a while.
Rutherford, Cheatham, Williamson and Wilson counties are all still on the burn ban list, along with several others.
A violation of the imposed burn ban is considered reckless burning and is punishable as a Class A misdemeanor. A violation could result in a fine of $2,500 and/or up to 11 months, 29 days in jail.
The following communities remain under burn bans:
Cheatham Crockett Dickson Dyer Fentress Franklin Giles Lake Lawrence Loudon Marion Marshall Maury Morgan Overton Robertson Rutherford Sumner Trousdale Tipton Williamson Wilson
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