Does Pinal County have no burn days?
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In this regard, is there a burn ban in Pinal County?
State statute prohibits Open Burning in Area A (Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, Queen Creek and Johnson Ranch area) from May 1 – September 30. Due to high fire risk in desert areas of the county, Pinal County Air Quality will not issue any new Open Burning permits until further notice.
Secondly, where can I get a burn permit? To find out if online permits are available in your area, visit the CAL FIRE Burn Permit webpage . Homeowners should always check with their local CAL FIRE station or local fire department, and well as their local air quality management agency before burning. Visit the CAL FIRE page for information on Burn Permits.
Likewise, what days are no burn days?
A No Burn Day goes into effect for a 24-hour period starting at midnight, lasting until midnight the following day. Example: a No Burn Day issued for a Friday would start at 12:01 a.m. on Friday morning and last until 12:00 a.m. 24 hours later.
Can you burn weeds in Arizona?
A permit is REQUIRED to burn in-ground weeds. You may obtain a permit at any fire station or at the fire department administrative offices at city hall. All of the requirements and restrictions are noted on the permit. Weeds that have been pulled may not be burned.