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Burning is permitted from ___ until __ ___ ___ __ ____.

1 hr. prior to sunset


Open burning must be at least ___feet away from any public highway or road;
and with wind carrying smoke away from any traffic thoroughfare.



For residential land clearing, any fire must be at least ____ feet away from any occupied building.



For commercial land clearing, any fire must be at least ____ feet away from any occupied building if not using an Air Curtain Incinerator and at least ___ feet away if using one.




The following types of open burning do not require a permit: (6)

 Campfires
 Recreational Fires
 Fires used solely for religious or ceremonial purposes
 Fires used for noncommercial, outdoor preparation of food
 Fires used for warming outdoor workers during inclement weather
 Fires used for the training of organized fire departments or industrial


A Recreational Fire is defined as not exceeding _ feet in diameter and _ feet in height.




If JFRD has made multiple responses to the same address for open burning violations, or if resistance to extinguishment is encountered, the OIC will request FRCC to notify ____ _____ ___ ____ ____ for possible issuance of a citation.

Regulatory and Environmental Services Department, Air and Water Quality Division


After normal work hours or on weekends and holidays, FRCC shall request a ___ ____to respond and issue a citation, if warranted.

District/Battalion Chief


The Incident Commander of the fire scene will request the State Fire Marshal when any of the following conditions exist: (6)

• Any fire with a projected dollar loss exceeding$1,000,000.00; or
• Any fire involving a civilian death, or an injury that is likely to result in
• Any fire in which the cause in not readily determined by an initial investigation
• Any fire involving the suspected failure of a fire suppression or fire detection system
• Suspected arson fires in structures or vehicles
• Suspected arson in vehicle fires in which there is obvious evidence at the
scene or a witness(s) to the event
• Explosions
• Fires involving houses of worship


The Fire Investigator should not be called for:

• Illegal burning or land clearing fires
Suspicious woods fires