Burn Regulations

NO PERMIT REQUIRED FOR RECREATIONAL FIRES
- No more than five (5) feet in diameter
- No more than three (3) feet in height
- Must maintain a safe distance from combustible material (trees, structures, wood piles, etc.)
- Shovel and garden hose must be readily available
- Cannot have fire during excessive winds, or statewide burn ban
- Fire must be completely extinguished before left unattended
- Tiki torches are allowed
- Allowed during nighttime hours as long as attended


Residential Burn Regulations

1. Complete burn permit online, or at the main station in Grass Valley
2. No tires
3. No wiring
4. No waste matter that causes or creates a dense smoke or odor
5. Bucket, shovel or fire tools are required
6. Adequate water to keep fire under control
7. Must be attended until no more sparks exist, or completely out
8. Traffic hazards are the responsibility of person burning
9. Not allowed during nighttime hours


Agricultural Burn Regulations

1. Complete burn permit online, or at the main station in Grass Valley
2. No tires
3. No wiring
4. No waste matter that causes or creates a dense smoke or odor
5. A minimum fire break of 20 feet (disc line)
6. Adequate water to keep fire under control
7. Must be attended until no more sparks exist, or completely out
8. Traffic hazards are the responsibility of person burning
9. Permits must be completed fourty-eight (48) hours prior to first burn
10. Not allowed during nighttime hours


Burn permits are free.

Residential burn permits are valid for one (1) year.

Agricultural burn permits are valid for thirty (30) days, and must include approximate acreage and location of each burn.
Call (541) 333-2525
Open Burning Regulations



Burn Regulations
Backyard burning will be allowed during daylight hours within the fire district without a permit. The size of the fire shall be no greater in diameter than 6 feet and not over 4 feet in height. During the fire season open burning may be canceled for a period of time.
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