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2017 Burn Permits

Permits may be issued between March 30 and May 30 and between September 15 and November 15. These dates are weather permitting. We have had a very dry winter, so if the season heats up quickly, we may limit the time frame for burn permits. If you have greater than 2 acres you may obtain a year round Agricultural Burn Permit for $20.

  • $7.00 - 3 Day Permit 
  • $20.00 - Agricultural Burn Permit

Step 1. Sign up for a Burn Permit

Step 2. Check burn conditions for the day

The day you burn will need to be a green burn day: on the website below, choose Cedar Fort, and scroll down, it will show you if it is a burn day or not. You can also go to their website directly:

Step 3. Make Payment

Please stop by the Station with Payment before burning. It can be cash or check made out to "Town of Cedar Fort".

Step 4. Day Of: Notify Utah County Dispatch

Phone: 801-794-3970 Be ready to provide the following information:
  • Your Full Name
  • Contact Phone Number
  • Burn Permit Number
  • Address and City of Burn Location
  • Time Frame you'll be burning in
    The Cedar Fort Volunteer Fire Department is responsible for such difficult areas as Five Mile pass; which is a large area encompassing 46,000 acres of BLM land that is designated for off-road and open-use. This area sits on the border of Utah and Tooele County, adjacent to SR 73 and is approximately 10 miles away from the staging area of the Cedar Fort Fire Department.