1.   Brown indicates open debris burning is not permitted anywhere within the county.
2.   Green indicates open burning is permitted and debris fires are allowed if proper precautions are taken.
3.   Orange indicates there are burn permit restrictions in effect for that county. Select your county for information on what restrictions are in place.
4.   Gray indicates burn permits are not issued electronically. Select the county for information on where to call for burn permit information.
UPDATES ARE MADE EVERY DAY BY 10:00 AM EASTERN TIME.
Click to select the county in which you intend to burn before lighting any open debris fire. Daily information will appear providing details about the availability, restrictions and local information on Burn Permits for each township.
If "YES" appears in the Burning Permits Issued column you are authorized to burn today.
If "NO" appears in the Burning Permits Issued column, “NO” open debris burning is allowed for that location at this time. You will be in violation of state law if you burn debris without a permit.
You are responsible for all damages resulting from the escape of the fire. Click here for information on your responsibilities, restrictions and guidelines.
Notice: Between 5am-1pm, Sunday, November 1st, 2020, online burn permit maps will be undergoing scheduled maintenance and may not be accessible. During this time, please call the phone line at 866-922-BURN to determine whether burning is allowed in your local area.

   
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