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Posted on: January 1, 2022

[ARCHIVED] 2022 Recreational Burn Permits

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Recreational Burning Permits are renewed each calendar year.  

Please go to the Permits page to review the Cities Ordinance and purchase your new 2022 Burn Permit.

So many options on how to get your 2022 Permit.

  • Option 1:  Burning permits can be done using On-Line Services on the website if you are the property owner, this is the only option to have it available immediately and you need to have a printer available.
  • Option 2: Locate Burning Permit Application on the website (search BURNING PERMITS) and fill it out. Send a picture or pdf copy with credit card info to our email listed at the bottom of the form or send it through the mail with check or credit card info.
    Option 3:  Forms available outside the front door at Station 1 (101 10 Ave N), these can be filled out and placed with payment in the drop box hanging next to it.  You can designate if you'd like your permit sent via U.S. mail or emailed to you (must be able to print copy).
  • Option 3:  Forms available outside the front door at Station 1 (101 10 Ave N), these can be filled out and placed with payment in the drop box hanging next to it.  You can designate if you'd like your permit sent via U.S. mail or emailed to you (must be able to print copy).
  • Option 4:  In-person help at Station 1 (101 10th Ave N) 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed on holidays.

Contact our office at (320) 650-3500 (messages answered as staff available) or email the fire department for assistance.

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