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The burning seasons are March 1st to June 15th (may be shortened due to high fire danger) and between October 1st to December 15th. You can also visit our Outdoor/Open Burning webpage HERE for more specifics.
Alabama law require you to have a burn permit before you burn any woodland, grassland or new ground that is over a quarter acre in size or lies within 25 feet of natural fuels, defined by the AFC as things such as woods or grass. The permits are free.
Outdoor burning is only allowed from 5 p.m. to 7 a.m. Residents caught burning between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. face citations and fines up to $1,000. The Division of Forestry offers these tips for safe outdoor burning: \u2013 Burn only after 5 p.m. \u2014 it's the law \u2014 and put your fire out completely by 7 a.m.
Using a burn barrel is illegal A fire in a burn barrel creates toxic smoke that stays low to the ground. That toxic smoke is bad for your health.
You can burn dry, natural vegetation, grown on the property, unless prohibited by local ordinances. Household trash, plastic or tires are not good to burn and are illegal to burn in some areas. Check your local ordinances.
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Restricted open burning from October 1 to May 31 is allowed only during burn days regulated by Umatilla County. Click here for Current Umatilla County Burn Information.
A burn barrel is a great way to control and burn trash and debris. With a few items, you can make your own burn barrel.
The burning seasons are March 1st to June 15th (may be shortened due to high fire danger) and between October 1st to December 15th.
Burning can only occur on designated BURN DAYS. Call the County Burn Line at (541) 278-6397, check the county website (www.umatillacounty.net) or FACEBOOK (Umatilla County Smoke Management) for current burn day information. A copy of this permit must be present during all open burning.
Open burning associated with a residence "backyard burning" is prohibited in and around the Portland metropolitan area, unless a hardship is demonstrated and DEQ has issued a "hardship permit".

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