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A burn permit is needed year-round if you intend on conducting a slash-burning fire, land-clearing fire, debris-burning fire, or any other type of open fire greater than 48 inches in diameter.
Daylight Hours Only.
No fire shall be set between sunset and sunrise. If it appears that a fire will continue to burn after sunset, the permit holder or designee must notify the Stillwater County Open Burning Number.
Natural vegetation is the ONLY thing that your burn permit allows you to burn. You are not allowed to burn prohibited materials as outlined in the Montana Department of Environmental Quality’s air quality regulations found at ARM 17.8.604. This includes but is not limited to
Yes, the Stillwater County Fire Warden may close the burn permit system to effectuate a burn ban at any time that the National Weather Service (NOAA) issues a critical Fire Hazard Warning, Red Flag Warning, High Winds, Hazardous weather outlook, Fire Danger Statement, or Fire Weather Watch in accordance with State 1 or 2 Fire Restrictions.