Burn Notification Form

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  • Only dry plant growth generated on the burn site can be burned.
  • You cannot burn within 300 feet of a residential, recreational, commercial, or industrial area that is not located on the property where the burning is occurring.
The following prohibited materials cannot be burned:
  • Electrical Insulation
  • Treated lumber
  • Plastics
  • Non-wood construction/ demolition materials
  • Petroleum products
  • Asphaltic materials
  • Potentially explosive materials
  • Chemical wastes
  • Items containing natural or synthetic rubber
  • Household trash/ garbage/ refuse
  • Burning must be done no earlier than one hour after sunrise or later than one hour before sunset.
  • Burning can only be done at a time when the wind speed is either greater than 6 mph and less than 23 mph

Effective September 1, 2009, violation of the above can be classified up to a Class "A" misdemeanor and could result in fines, confinement, or both.

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Controlled Burn Information


By submitting this form, you are assuming all liability for the burn and any consequences of the burn. This notification applies to the unincorporated areas of Hood County only. If you are conducting a burn within any corporate city limits, please contact that city.
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