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Brock Township Fire Department Burn Permits

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Welcome to the Brock Township Fire Department Online Open Burn Permit Manager.

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Toll-free: 1-855-955-1101

Agricultural, Open-Air and Recreational Burning is permitted providing you have an approved 2020 Burn Permit. Please remember to call before you initiate a burn event. 1-855-955-1101

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can obtain a burn permit?

Only the owner of a property in the Township of Brock may obtain a burn permit. Tenants must have written approval from the owner (Landlord).

How can I obtain a burn permit?

Register online using this website, or call us @ 705-432-2355.

What can I burn?

Please only burn wood, wood by-products.

Do I need a permit?

If you want to have an open-air fire, recreational fire or a agricultural fire, then yes, you need an approved permit. If you are having a barbecue a permit is not required.

Can I burn in a barrel?

Burning in a barrel is considered an Open-Air fire and is only permitted for residential property located in the Shoreline Residential (SR) Zone, an Open-Air Burn permit is required.

Do I need my landlords permission to obtain a burn permit?

Yes, if you rent the property where you want to burn your landlord must approve your burn permit before the permit can be activated.

Do I need a permit to burn in a chiminea, clay pot or a ceramic pot?

Yes, a chiminea, clay pot and a ceramic pot are classified as Open-Air burning and treated as such under Article 2.4.4.4 of the Ontario Fire Code.

Do I need to call the before I start burning?

Yes, you must call 1-855-955-1101 to initiate a burn event, prior to starting the burn.

Do I require a permit to use a propane operated burning unit?

No, we ask that take the same precautions as a open air fire and you follow the manufacturers instructions.