This is printed from: https://twp-manchester.ewashtenaw.org/fire_dept/Burn%20Notification
To file a Burning Notification:
- Complete this online form,
e-mailed to the Fire Department when completed.
- Complete this pdf form, then print
it out and mail or deliver to the Fire Department at 275 S. Macomb
- Call the fire station at 734-428-9439. Leave your name, address you
will be burning at, the days you will be burning (two day max), and a phone
number. A notification will be filed from the message, and you will not
receive a call back.
Who needs a notification?
Anyone doing any type of open burning other than a campfire is required to
submit a notification. If you do not and a fire run is sent to your
location, you may be responsible for the cost of the fire run.
Burn permits will not issued inside the Village limits, or within 1400’ of the Village limits.
All non-recreational Fires Must Be out by Dark.
Who doesn’t need a notification?
2) Fires in approved debris burners (burn barrels)
All persons doing the above must prevent fire from escaping and may be
guilty of a misdemeanor if it does escape.
What can a permit be issued for?
- DNR limits the authority of Fire Departments to issue permits for
leaves, grass, brush. Anything else requires a permit from Air Quality.
Tires, shingles, plastic, and rubber products are not covered under permits
issued by the Fire Department.
Length and time of Notification:
- Notifications are valid from sun up to sun down daily with a maximum of
two days from each call. Notifications can be renewed as needed.
Notifications can be revoked for:
- Burning out of the daylight hours.
- Burning illegal items.
- Causing excess smoke traveling over roadways.
- Causing excess smoke into a neighbors yard.
- Permittee must take reasonable precaution to prevent escape of
- Must have sufficient manpower and tools to control fire.
- Notificaions may be revoked if conditions warrant or if the permit fire
is deemed a health hazard.
- Permittee is responsible for any fees or fines incurred from any burn
resultant from non-compliance to any Township or Village ordinances.
- Permittee is responsible for determining the suitability of conditions
and the safety of the surrounding areas.
These are basic guidelines used for issuance of permits. Please remember
that special circumstances may arise and must be taken into consideration.
The above guidelines do not pertain inside the Village limits which has its
own burning ordinance.
For further information on state burning regulations please check the
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Web site at www.michigan.gov/deq
and select air
quality, and open burning information.
If you have any questions please call 734-428-9439 and leave a
on Sep. 23, 2017 3:46 pm