If you wish to burn clean, ordinary combustibles such as leaves, brush or untreated lumber or have a camp or cooking fire, state law requires you obtain a fire permit unless the ground where you are burning is completely covered with snow. (Gas grills or charcoal fires in a container up and off the ground on your own property do not require a fire permit.) Conditions permitting, fire permits may be obtained from the forest fire warden, Don Elder, or the following deputy wardens: Steve Maddock or Bob Sanborn. Before lighting a fire, notify the dispatch center at 643-2222 where and when you will be burning.
|Michael C. Hinsley||EMS Member|
|Margaret Caudill-Slosberg||Emergency Management Director|
|Michael Mundy||Fire Chief|
|Lisa Rayes||FAST SQUAD Captain|