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Burning Permits and Reports

Burning Permits
The EPA enacted "Burn Ban" for Douglas County begins May 1st and continues until September 30th each year. Residents wishing to burn vegetative debris may obtain a free burn permit from their local fire station. Burn permits will only be issued the day burning is to begin, and if the winds are under 10 miles per hour. Residents can dial 770-949-1212 after 8 a.m. to determine if burning permits are being given each day. In addition to obtaining a burning permit, residents must follow all burning guidelines. Guidelines can be found by clicking on the Burning Permit Guidelines link located on the right, under Downloadable Documents.

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