What are the burn permit restrictions?
Burning is not permitted should it create a public nuisance. Rubber, tires, roofing, or any petroleum based substance shall not be burned. There is to be no burning when the wind is strong (as determined by the fire department). No burning when smoke drifts or blows onto highways or streets, to the extent that it creates a traffic hazard. There is to be no burning unless attended by a responsible adult. Please only burn during the daytime.

It is prohibited to burn when the wind is strong. This is determined by the Fire Department.

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1. What are the burn permit restrictions?
2. How do I become a Firefighter?
3. We recently had a fire at our house, how do I get a copy of a fire report and how much does it cost?
4. How many fire stations do you have in Fayetteville?
5. What is Fayetteville’s Insurance Service Organization (ISO) rating?
6. My smoke detector doesn’t work, is my landlord required to maintain it?
7. What are the laws pertaining to fireworks use in Fayetteville?
8. How do I report a fire code violation?
9. How do I book a tour at the fire station for our group?
10. Does the Fire Department give any type of fire extinguisher or fire safety training for the public?
11. Can I have a charcoal or gas grill on my apartment balcony?