Granby Interim Fire Chief Robert Czerwinski would like to advise residents that the open burning season will resume on Friday, January 15, 2021. The burning season will run through May 1, 2021. Hours of burning are 10 am to 4 pm. No permits will be issued after 12 pm, (noon).
Fire Department personnel will determine each day whether conditions are safe for open burning. Weather and air quality can change rapidly, especially in the spring, and fire departments can rescind permits when that happens.
You are allowed to burn:
You may not burn:
The Granby Fire Department asks that you keep fire extinguishing materials handy. These should include a water supply, shovels and rakes. The water supply can be a pressurized water fire extinguisher, pump can, or garden hose.
Fire Chief Czerwinski reminds residents to burn as close as possible to the source of material being burned. All open burning shall be at least 75 feet from all buildings. A competent adult should be present during the burning.
Due to COVID restrictions and the inability to allow residents into the fire station, all permit fees will be waived this year, (2021). Fire Chief Czerwinski requests that on any day a resident, wishes to burn, they please call the fire station at 467-9696 to see if burning will be allowed that day and to provide the address so the fire department can track the locations of permitted fires.
Agricultural burning permits will also be available. Agricultural burning is allowed for burning of brush and trees resulting from agricultural land clearing operations. Please call the Granby Fire Department at 467-9696 for permission as above.