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If  you must burn, follow these tips.

  1. Contact your local fire department or Virginia Department of Forestry office.
  2. Beware of power lines, trees and structures.
  3. Clear all flammable materials, such as dry leaves and dry grass, from around the fire.
  4. Have water and hand tools, such as a shovel and/or rake, available.
  5. Have communication available or have someone nearby who can call for help in case of an emergency.
  6. Burn when the humidity is high and the wind is calm.
  7. Burn between 4:00 p.m. and midnight.
    The 4 PM Burning Law is in effect from February 15 through April 30.
  8. Stay with the fire until it is completely out.

 


The 4PM BURN LAW
February 15 - April 30th

Burning Laws in Brief:

  • No Burning before 4pm if the fire is in or within 300 feet of woodland, brushland or field containing dry grass or other flammable material.
  • Fire should not be left unattended if within 150 feet of woodland, brushland or fields containing dry grass.
  • No new fires set or fuel added after midnight.
  • Law applies to campfires, warming fires, brush piles, leaves, household trash, stumps, fields of broomstraw and brush or anything capable of spreading fire.
  • The law provides for a penalty of up to $500, plus payment of court costs and fire suppression costs if the fire escapes.

For  more information, visit the following website, www.dof.virginia.gov/laws/outdoor-fire-laws.htm

 

 


 

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