Burn Notification Rules and Regulations
While burning may be the simplest way to clean up a site, you may be breaking the law.
Open burning, in a barrel or not, can release pollutants, reduce visibility, create unpleasant odors and cause toxic contamination. With this is mind, burning can still be an effective way to clean some of the debris from your yard, farm or worksite. However, you should keep in mind that under the ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENT ACT, burning certain materials is illegal. Please follow the link to learn more before submitting an application:
Located in the Forest Protection Area? Please apply for notification at Alberta Fire Permits.
Not sure if thats you? Review THIS Map to find out.
Please complete the form to apply for a new Burn Notification. Burn Notifications are good for 10 days upon approval.
If this is the off-season (October to April) call firehall to notify of fire.
Be aware, all Burn Notifications are subject to random inspections. Owners are subject to penalties under current bylaws and the Province of Alberta Environment regulations.
Once we receive and review it, we will be in contact with a new permit or to schedule an inspection. DO NOT START BURNING UNTIL APPROVED.