Burn Ban is in effect as of June 23, 2014
CAL FIRE announces a Burn Ban is now in effect as of 12:01 A.M., June 23, 2014.
All residential and open outdoor burning permits within Mendocino County are suspended. This may include training burns conducted by the State and local fire agencies. Contact your local Fire Agency or Air Quality for more information.
Residents are reminded that BURNING when allowed, MUST COMPLY WITH MENDOCINO COUNTY AIR QUALITY BURN REGULATIONS.
Burn responsibly and do not cause a smoke nuisance for your neighbors. Manage burns to reduce excessive smoke by keeping material dry and burning hot with visible flames. Never allow your burn piles to smolder overnight. Avoid burning when high pressure is forming and a visible inversion is evident.
Cooler temperatures and rainfall alone do not prevent fires from escaping control. Landowners are responsible for safely burning outdoors and maintaining control at all times. For tips on safe burning visit the CAL FIRE website at www.fire.ca.gov or check with your local fire agency.
Adopted changes to open burning regulations
Credit Card Payments (Call for ID # first)
Open Burning Information
Open Burning of vegetation
is allowed on Permissive Burn Days During Burn Season
Always call the burn line before burning
Standard Burn Permits Are $15