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Open Burn Permits

Burn Permitting

The Linn County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution requiring a fee for burning permits. Permits are valid for 1 year and will be assessed a $25.00 fee. When you receive your permit, an invoice will be attached to the bottom of the form. Please return the invoice with your payment within 14 calendar days of receipt of permit. Additional permits will not be issued if payment is not received for this permit. If you want to receive a confirmation please provide a valid email address.

It may take up to a week or more to process the application, and permits for "clearing and grubbing," "agricultural structures," and "prairie grass" burns may require additional inspections, 1/4 mile signature forms, and prescribed burn plans.
Name  *
First Name  *

Last Name  *
Email *

Re-enter Email  *
Address  *

Address 1  *

Address 2  

City  *

State  *

Zip  *
Note: If you have additional address information, please add it to the comments section below.
Phone  *

Phone  *


Best time to contact
Burning Address  *
Same as above

Address 1

Address 2



Note: If you have additional burn address information, please add it to the comments section below.
Fire District:
Permit Start Date  *
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Duration of Permit  *
Material to Burn  *
Material may need on site inspection prior to permit issuance. Air Quality personnel may contact you if necessary.

You can find definitions of Materials To Burn here: Download File



Air Quality Regulations
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