• ACCD Board Meeting - Thursday, December 8th at 12pm at ACCD 
  • Noxious Weed Board Meeting - Tuesday, December 20th at 6pm

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Spot Burning

All burning by commercial agricultural operations requires a permit!

Burn Fees - Effective as of July 1, 2012

A spot burn permit is most commonly used to burn small weed patches, spots of heavy residue, equipment plugs and harrow dumps.  A spot burn permit allows the permit holder the opportunity to burn spots equaling up to a total of ten acres and is good for the calendar year in which it is issued.

Spot burn permits are available for purchase through our office. 

The cost for a spot burn permit is $37.50.

No permit required when burning:

  • Orchard prunings,
  • Natural vegetation along fence lines,
  • Irrigation and drainage ditches, or
  • Natural vegetation blown by the wind.

We do not issue field burning permits through our office.  Agricultural field burn permits are only issued by WA Department of Ecology, however we can assist with the applications process.

Field Burning Application link
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