April 1, 2021 will be the last day 30-day residential and commercial burn permits will be issued.
Only 3-day residential and commercial burn permits will be issued April 2nd through April 28th (annual agricultural open burning permits will be issued through April 30th).
The open burning ban will be in effect May 1, 2021.
Please Note: No open burning is allowed within the Town of Florence. Therefore no open burning permits will be issued within the Town of Florence.
County One-Stop permit offices in Apache Junction and Casa Grande remain closed, therefore, the Department recommends the use of the online permit system to apply for a permit.
Please Note: The One-Stop Service Office in Florence will be closed on Thursday, April 15th, 2021 and Friday, April 16th, 2021. No in-person burn permit appointments will be scheduled for those days. Online burn permit services will continue as normal.
The One-Stop Office appointments for in-person burn permits will resume on Monday, April 19th in the new Pinal County Development Services, One-Stop Service Office located at 85 N Florence St. (New building just east of current building F).
Permits may be obtained:
1. In-person at the Florence office, 31 N. Pinal Street Building F, Monday through Friday from 8:00AM to 4:30PM. Permits will be issued by appointment only. Customers must call the Development Services One-Stop office at (520) 866-6442 to schedule an appointment.
2. In person at the Mammoth office, 118 Catalina St. Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
3. Online. Customers can apply 24 hours 7 days a week, however permits are only issued Monday–Friday from 8:00–4:30 and many take up to 48 hours to process. Online Permits can be attained at: https://citizenaccess.pinalcountyaz.gov/CitizenAccess/Default.aspx
Permit applications cannot be approved more than 10 days before the requested start date. Online permits can be accepted beyond 10 days, but will not be processed until it is within 10 days of the requested burn date. The applicant will be notified when the Department receives the application.
Burn permits are not approved if:
The application is received by fax or email.
Prohibited materials are requested in the application.
The application is incomplete.