Burn Permit Payment System
The Natrona County Burn Permit Website is an online tool created to allow the user to submit Burn Permit requests to the County Fire Department for approval.
Instructions
 Step 1: Read the Disclaimer, and the Rules for Open Burning. If you Agree to the Disclaimer, click the button Create Burn Permit Request.

 Step 2: Complete and Submit the Burn Request Form. Enter your Name and Address and other information required for a Burn Permit. When complete, click the Submit Burn Permit Request button.

 Step 3: Select one of the two methods to provide payment of $25.00:
        Cash - delivered in person to Natrona County Fire District Station 7, or
        Credit/Debit Card - You will be directed to the Square website to process the charge for your card.

Enter your name in the signature field to indicate your agreement to pay using the selected payment method, and that you agree to the Rules for Open Burning.

Then click the reCAPTCHA checkbox to verify a valid transaction and click the Submit for Payment button. Once it has been submitted, you will be assigned a Burn Permit Number.

 Step 4: When payment has been received, your Burn Permit will be approved and emailed back to you within 72 hours, with a copy of the Burn Permit Rules.

Your permit is valid through December 31st of the current year.

***** Please follow all of the Burn Permit Rules *****
STEP 1: Disclaimer
  • Contact Dispatch prior to starting and at the end of burning. 235-9300
  • Material is restricted to wood, grass, leaves, sagebrush, etc. NO TRASH!
  • Small piles may only be burned. No larger than 6 feet in diameter and no higher than 6 feet.
  • Maintain a 15 foot clear area around burn pile and 50 feet from all structures.
  • Burn hours are from 6am to 11am.
  • Must have a fire extinguisher, garden hose with water or shovel.
  • Person MUST remain in attendance during the controlled burn. MUST be 18 or older.
  • Discontinuance. The Natrona County District Fire Chief, Inspector, Shift Captains or Natrona County Deputy acting as an enforcement agent is authorized to require that open burning be immediately discontinued if it is determined that the smoke emissions are offensive to occupants of surrounding property or if it is determined to constitute a hazardous condition (Windy days of 15 mph or more constitute a Hazardous Condition).
  • A copy of the Rules for Open Burning is given with this permit.

 
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