The following conditions shall be used to determine when outdoor burning will be limited or banned
- Temp 95 F or above
- Relative Humidity reaches 30% or below
- Wind speed reaches 15 mph or above
- When weather conditions remain dry, hot,or windy, or any combination of these Fire Marshal may impose either a limited or total ban on outdoor burning
Actions for Non-Permitted or Unsafe Fires.
2.Upon return to quarters
3.Upon receipt of the Open Burning Violation Referral FMO will
- record information on the Open Burning Violation Log Sheet (Form 300.53)
- complete the Open Burning Violation Referral (Form 300.51) and e-mail to 'FMO Company Referrals' and email to DEQ
- track the referral in their system
Fires NOT addressed by the DEQ are
- Barbecue equipment
- Fires permitted by any public agency, when set or permitted in the performance of official duty.
- Fires used for firefighting instruction