Burn Permit Online Portal

You can renew your burn permit(s) either online, through the mail, or in person at the District office. New permits can also be obtained online or in person.
To begin, click Burn Permit to begin. or follow the instructions below.

Renewal of Existing Permits:
To RENEW your burn permit, you must have the following available:
  1. Your old burn permit or burn permit number.
  2. A method of payment.
Confirm the information on the entry is current. You may only update the phone number(s), mailing address. To update other information, contact staff at (707) 443-3093.

After you verify the entries, click the submit button. Staff will review your application and respond within 48 hours. If accepted, a link to pay for your permit will be emailed to you, once its paid for- you are able to print or save permit to your phone.

Note: Be sure your email filter can receive an email from noreply@ncuaqmd.org so it is not rejected as spam. Please check your spam folder for a reply if you do not hear a respond within 48 hours.

Click Burn Permit to begin.

Your computer must have PDF reader software installed. Click HERE for a free copy of Adobe Reader.

New Burn Permits:
To apply for a NEW permit, you must identify the location of the burn site and provide contact information for the person(s) whom will be responsible for the fire. Staff will review your application and will respond within 48 hours. If you have questions, staff are available by calling (707) 443-3093.

Note: Be sure your email filter can receive an email from noreply@ncuaqmd.org so it is not rejected as spam. Please check your spam folder for a reply if you do not hear a respond within 48 hours.

Click Burn Permit to begin.

Your computer must have PDF reader software installed. Click HERE for a free copy of Adobe Reader.
Current Information
for
All 3 Zones
PERMISSIVE BURN DAY?
DATE
YES
NO
CALL
2017-11-18
2017-11-19
2017-11-20
2017-11-21
2017-11-22
2017-11-23
2017-11-24

Password:
Today:
Saturday November 18th
Did You Know?
That $3.00 of every burn permit issued goes to local fire agencies.
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