Residential Open Burns
Residential Burning is currently NOT allowed.
Stage 2 restrictions are in place, county, forest and state land wide effective Friday June 11 at 0800, until rescinded.
Questions? Contact Us.
BURN PERMITS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What can I burn?
You are permitted to burn only the following materials: Weeds, paper, and branches.
What materials am I NOT allowed to burn?
All plastic materials, waste petroleum products, hazardous material containers, aerosol spray containers.
When does my permit expire?
Summit Fire and Medical District is no longer requiring a burn permit to be on file. Please be a courteous neighbor and fill out your name and address in the Burn Permit tab. Once the form is completed it will be sent to the On-Duty Battalion Chief and to Forest Service Dispatch to alert for possible smoke in area.
What are the times that I can burn?
The times range depending on the time of year.
Fires are not permitted prior to the start time and must be completely out by the end time.
Can I have a small campfire (warming fire) on my property?
Yes, we just ask that you keep the fire small and that you put it completely out when you are finished. Please be a courteous neighbor and fill out your name and address above. Once the form is completed it will be sent to the On-Duty Battalion Chief and to Forest Service Dispatch to alert for possible smoke in area. Keep in mind if we get a call about a fire on your property we will come out.