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 Open Burning

Temporary Open Burning

 Due to office limitations in Florence - please apply for open burning and dust permits online (click this message to go to Citizen Access portal). NOTE: Casa Grande and Apache Junction offices closed - please apply online)

After April 1st, residential/commercial applicants will only be allowed to purchase a 3-day burn permit. All residential/commercial burn permits issued during April will expire on or before April 30th.


Due to Town of Florence restriction - No Residential burn permits are being issued for those that reside in the Town of Florence (see map of Town of Florence boundaries).

An open burning permit can be purchased online or in-person, see below for more information.

To obtain a  BURN permit:

  1. Print the HELP DOCUMENT before you access the application on-line. *Help Document (Click here)  
  2. On-Line Application (Click here)
  3. In-person at one of the locations listed below.

Burn permits are not approved if:     

1. THE date that you wish to start burning is more than 10 days from the date the application is received.     

2. APPLICATION received by fax.     

3. PROHIBITED items were requested to be burned.     

4. INFORMATION submitted is incomplete.     

5. A High Pollution Advisory (Particulate Matter) has been issued for areas within Area A.

** If you reside within the Superstition Fire & Medical District coverage area, please click here prior to obtaining a burn permit **

Types of Fires include:

Residential, Commercial, Agriculture, Bonfires, Training Exercise, Building Demolition, Dangerous Materials, Air Curtain Destructors VIOLATIONS:

  1. Failure to comply with burn permit conditions     * Civil penalties up to $10,000.00 per day
  2. Reckless burning under A.R.S. 13-1706     * Class 1 or 2 misdemeanor or Class 3 felony


Persons affected by a "No Burn" restriction are not entitled to a refund or an extension.

Agricultural burn permits can only be obtained October - April.

Area A Map (If you do not reside within a fire district/department coverage area, you must call the State Forester each day that you burn @ (800) 309-7081.)

Apache Junction Pinal County Complex
575 N Idaho Rd Suite 800
Monday (8:30-3:30) & Thursday (8:30-12:30)
Phone: 520-866-6929
Casa Grande Pinal County Complex
820 E Cottonwood Ln., Bldg A
Wednesdays (October thru April only)
8:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m.
Phone: 520-866-6929
Florence Pinal County Complex - Main Office
31 N Pinal St., Bldg F
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
Phone: 520-866-6929
Mammoth Pinal County Complex
118 Catalina St                            
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. Closed from 12 - 1p.m.
Phone: 520-866-7830
Arizona City Fire Dept [Residents of Arizona City ONLY]
14022 S Sunland Gin Rd
$5.00{30 dy permit}Oct-March     
$2.00{3 dy permit}April
Large Residential Permits, Commercial, and Ag need to contact Pinal County Air Quality
Monday - Friday
7:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Phone: 520-466-5542
Golder Ranch
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m.; Friday's 8-12 Only
Phone: 520-818-1017

 Fire Dept Maps of Coverage Area

Fire Dept/District Name



Arizona City Fire District 

Click here

Arizona City

Avra Valley Fire District

Click here


Casa Grande Fire Dept

Click here

Casa Grande 

Coolidge Fire Dept

Click here


Dudleyville Fire District



Eloy Fire District

Click here


Florence Fire Dept

Click here


Golder Ranch Fire District 

Click here


Kearny Fire Dept

Click here


Mammoth Fire District

Click here


Maricopa Fire Dept

Click here 


Oracle Fire District

Click here


Pinal Rural Fire Rescue Inc

Click here


Queen Creek Fire Dept

Click here

Queen Creek

Queen Vly Fire District

Click here 

Queen Valley

Regional Fire & Rescue


Casa Grande

Rural Metro Fire


San Tan Valley

San Manuel Fire District

Click here

San Manuel

Stanfield Fire



Superior Fire Dept

Click here


Superstition Fire & Medical District  Click here Apache Junction

Thunderbird Fire District

Click here


 Burn Information

Burn Forms
Burn Rules/Regulations

Wood Smoke: Reducing Particulate Matter


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