Need a permit for burning quickly **for FREE** or to just be aware of the day’s fire danger? We have made it even more convenient for you all. Just use the link below and follow the prompts to secure your burn permit or contact one of the Officers listed below.
CLICK HERE FOR A FREE BURN PERMIT
Once it is submitted, the department heads are informed via email so that the department is aware of your burn.
|Please contact Chief Booker 860-9285 or Deputy Chief Leclerc 897-8029 directly for a Fireworks Permit.|
- Remember, smoke detectors save lives, so make sure you have them in your home. Test them once a month and change the batteries twice a year. A good time to do this is when you change your clocks.
- Have and practice a home fire drill plan. Have two ways out of each room and a meeting place outside.
- Never burn without a fire permit.
- Keep matches and lighters out of the reach of children and never leave them lying around.