- Recreational fires cannot be located within 25 feet of a structure (including decks and fences) or other combustible materials.
- All fires shall be within an approved container.
- Any fire that is considered unsafe by fire officials shall not be allowed.
- All recreational fires must be constantly attended until the fire is extinguished.
- A fire extinguisher or a garden hose must be available for immediate use.
- The only components allowed to be burned are small branches and split logs. The burning of grass, leaves or garbage material is not allowed.
- Any complaints in regards to smoke or odor from a neighbor shall result in extinguishment of the fire.
- Be a good neighbor and don’t use a recreational fire on breezy days that will spread the smoke through the neighborhood.
- All open burning is banned when the fire index is at the extreme level and caution should be used when the fire index is at very high level.
- Large fires such as neighborhood bonfires are not allowed unless approved by the fire department.
Be a good neighbor and don’t use a recreational fire on breezy days that will spread smoke through the neighborhood.
Prohibited Open Burning
Open burning shall be prohibited within the city limits unless you have received a burn permit.
The fire code official is authorized to order the extinguishment of the open burning operation.