Although today marks the start of an open burning season, we ask that you resist the urge to light up your slash piles and piles of yard and garden debris until we get more rain. Continue reading Resist Start of Open Burning Season!
Open burning is now allowed without a permit until the end of November. Please, follow these bare minimum guidelines: Comply with air quality restrictions. Postpone burning if gusty or high winds are predicted. Create a control line by scraping the area around your pile to mineral soil. Have enough water, hand tools, & help on site to extinguish your fire if necessary. Remember, you may be held … Continue reading Open Burning Now Allowed Without Permit
Cooler temperatures and precipitation recently dropped our fire danger level to “Moderate.” However, please don’t jump the gun and start burning your slash piles and agricultural debris. Open burning is still prohibited. Fall’s open burning season starts on October 1st and runs until November 30th without the need for a burn permit. Have more questions about burning? Continue reading Fall’s Open Burning Season Starts October 1st