Attention Tooele County residents, within the
North Tooele Fire District area.

This would include the communities/cities of Stansbury Park, Erda, Pine Canyon and Lake Point.

The Open Burn season is now CLOSED.

North Tooele Fire District does not regulate outside fires or agricultural burns. These rules and regulations are set by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Utah Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands (FFSL). In the event that dispatch is contacted, and a burn permit is not on file for your address, we are required by state law to extinguish illegal burns and fines may be issued by law enforcement.

If you do need to perform an agricultural burn at this time, please see the link below for information from the Utah Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands.

Remember:  Burn permits are free. Fines are expensive.

For questions about agricultural burning please visit the

FFSL website at:
https://ffsl.utah.gov/fire/burn-permits-and-fire-code/

or by calling the
Tooele County Fire Warden
Dan Walton at 435-241-0027.

Stansbury Park only allows small cooking/recreational fires but only in an in-ground fire pit, or an above ground fireplace. Recreational fires may include Dutch oven cooking, marshmallow or hot dog roasts, ETC. They may not be for burning of yard debris, grass, weeds, leaves, ground clearing, ETC.

The International Fire Code prohibits open burning within 50 feet of any building.

Burn dates for the Spring 2023 season will be released as they become available.

Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Regulations for Open Burning can be viewed here:
http://air.utah.gov/OpenBurning/index.htm

Click here to check the Clearing Index for Tooele County (Basin 1):
https://www.weather.gov/slc/ClearingIndex

To check current fire restrictions:
https://utahfireinfo.gov/

Tooele County Fire Warden – Dan Walton 435-241-0027
http://www.tooelecountysheriff.org/index.php/tooele-county-fire-warden/

Burn Permit Application:
https://air.utah.gov/OpenBurning/form/index.php