(WWLP) - You must obtain a PERMIT for any open burning from your local fire department. The season runs from January 15 through May 1 annually.
You must call the Fire Department at (413) 786-2662 after 9:30 a.m. on the day you wish to burn to obtain permission. You DO NOT need to come to the Fire Department to pick up the permit. For open burning regulations visit www.agawam.ma.us
"Get your burning permits now!" Don't wait until the day you want to burn as there may be a delay in issuing permits on busy days, especially weekends. Permits are good until May 1st.
To obtain your permit you will need to come to the Fire Department Business Office, 68 North Pleasant Street, to pay the $25.00 permit fee during one of the following times:
Monday - Fridays: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Weekends & Holidays: 8 a.m. to Noon
For more information visit www.amherstma.gov
Get your seasonal burn permits online! For additional questions or more information please contact Sara Lafayette at email@example.com or (413) 442-1521 x 19
Visit www.bcburnpermits.com to fill out your open burn permit application today!
Permits are only issued between 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Call the Franklin County Dispatcher (413) 625-8200 or for more information visit www.fcburnpermits.com
The Fire Department administers the issuance of open burning permits. There is no fee for permit. To obtain an application contact the Town Hall (413) 357-8585 during regualr business hours or the Fire Department (413) 455-8527. For open burning regulations visit www.granvillevolunteerfiredepartment.org
A permit application must be submitted to the Fire Chief 24 hours prior to the date of burn with permit fee. (413) 584-0874
For safety tips and what you need to know visit www.hadleyma.org
A permit must be obtained at the Fire Department , 574 Center Street. Permits are good for that day and are only issued with weather permitting. There is no fee for permits.
For burn permit information visit www.ludlow.ma.us
You must obtain a permit from the Fire Department, 12 Walnut Street. There is no permit fee for the season. Please call (413) 283-3861 x 157 between 9 a.m. and Noon on the day you wish to burn.
To send your permit application electronially or for more information visit www.townofpalmer.com
Permits can be picked up at the Town Hall, 65 Main Street during normal business hours or on Saturday mornings 9-Noon at the Fire Department, 162 Main Street. www.russellfire-ma.com
Permits are issued at the Fire Station on Saturday mornings from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Permits are $10.00 for each weekend you burn.
Download the opening burning permit application visit www.town.southampton.ma.us
Residents must request a permit in person at the Fire Department Administration Office, Monday - Friday 8:15 a.m. to Noon. For Weekends & Holidays at the Southwick Police Department from 8:15 a.m. to Noon.
For guidelines and more information visit www.southwick.org
You may obtain a permit at the Wilbraham Fire Department, 2770 Boston Road for open burning.
For requirements for open air burning permits visit www.wilbraham-ma.gov