- Wildfire Risk Area - Land which is covered with grass, grain, brush or forest, whether privately or publicly owned, which is so situated or is of such inaccessible location that a fire originating upon it would present an abnormally difficult job of suppression or would result in great or unusual damage through fire or such areas designated by the fire code official
This permit shall not replace or supersede compliance with all applicable provisions of the rules and regulations of the Pima County Department of Environmental Quality or Pinal County Air Quality Control District.***** Contact the appropriate agency to obtain required open burning permits. Pima County DEQ 520-2437400 www.pima.gov/deq/index.html Pinal County Air Quality 520-866-6929 www.pinalcountyaz.gov/DEPARTMENTS/AIRQUALITY?pages/Home.aspex Arizona DEQ 602-771-2300 http://www.azdeq.gov/.
Burning Hours: From one hour after sunrise to two hours before sunset.
When in Doubt, Don't Burn
Fires shall not be built, ignited or maintained with any of the following conditions: 1) When burning is banned or on Red Flag Warning days, or2) When winds are greater than 10 M.P.H., or 3) When a person age 18 or over and knowledgeable in the use of fire extinguishing equipment is not present at all times to watch and tend such fire, or 4) When burning creates a nuisance, or emissions are offensive to occupants of surrounding property, or 5) When burning is determined to constitute a hazardous condition.
Violation of the permit conditions or failure to obtain a permit may result in the issuance of a citation or fine in accordance with the 2012 International Fire Code, Sections 105.6, Section 109.3, and Section 307.
Permittee accepts this permit subject to the terms outlined herein; this permit will not relieve the permittee from complying with all other applicable legal requirements; the undersigned permittee acknowledges full liability for any unexpected consequences of a fire authorized by this permit. At a minimum, such liability could include the cost of response by the fire district to bring a fire under control or to protect life and property.