Burn RegistrationRead and agree to the four guidelines for burning. Complete each required field in the registration form. Once these requirements are met, the Submit button will appear at the bottom of the page. Click Submit and your burn will then be registered.**If burning on multiple days, you must enter a Burn Registration on each day** 1. What Can Be Burned * I understand and agree to only burn allowed items.* Only natural, non-processed, non-treated types of wood can be burned (i.e., no pallets, no wood furniture, no wooden objects, etc.) Residential yard waste and weed control: leaves, grass clippings, garden debris, branches and tree trunks on the property where they were grown; weed abatement along fence lines, ditch banks and canal banks Recreational fires: for preparation of food, campfires and BBQ areas; small fires for hand warming If house-to-house garbage service is not available: you can burn paper and cardboard Prescribed burning: open burning of forest and rangeland to accomplish land management objectives Training fires: fires to train firefighters2. What Cannot Be Burned * I understand and agree not to burn any prohibited items.Garbage Dead animals or animal waste Junk motor vehicles or parts Tires or other rubber materials Plastic Asphalt Tar and petroleum products Paints Lumber or Preservative treated wood Trade waste (construction or demolition waste, or any material resulting from the operation of any business) Insulated wire Pathogenic waste Hazardous waste3. Crop Residue Burning * I agree that if I do any crop residue burning, I will get a DEQ permit in addition to registering my burn with Madison Fire Department.For an agricultural burn, a burn permit MUST FIRST be obtained from the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) by calling 800-232-4635 or by visiting their web page.Crop Residue Burning includes: Whole FieldsPasturesSpots within a field or pastureBroken bales in the field that they were generated during the time of harvestCRP landsFood PlotsBlanching or flaming operations4. MFD Controlled Burn Guidelines * I agree to adhere to Madison Fire Department's Controlled Burn Guidelines.Regardless of the type of burning you will be doing, a burn MUST be registered with Madison Fire Department.You must review the Idaho State Burn statutes regarding the Closed Season to ensure your burn is done in the appropriate time.A suitable water supply, or any other acceptable means, shall be available on site capable of extinguishing the fire should the need arise.A responsible adult (over the age of 18) must attend the fire at ALL times.If the winds increase to 20 MPH or more burning shall be ceased.Burn pile shall be a minimum of 75 feet from any structure.No fires are allowed after dark.The person who starts the fire is responsible for any fire or smoke damage to any property as well as the cost associated with extinguishment if the Fire Department is summoned.A telephone shall be available if the fire gets out of control to contact 911.If there are any complaints resulting from an open burn, the burn shall be extinguished by the owner or the Fire Department. First Name * Last Name * Phone * Email * Address * City * Date * Approximate Start Time * 7:00 AM7:30 AM8:00 AM8:30 AM9:00 AM9:30 AM10:00 AM10:30 AM11:00 AM11:30 AM12:00 PM12:30 PM1:00 PM1:30 PM2:00 PM2:30 PM3:00 PM3:30 PM4:00 PM4:30 PM5:00 PM5:30 PM6:00 PM6:30 PM7:00 PM7:30 PM8:00 PM8:30 PMApproximate End Time * 8:00 AM8:30 AM9:00 AM9:30 AM10:00 AM10:30 AM11:00 AM11:30 AM12:00 PM12:30 PM1:00 PM1:30 PM2:00 PM2:30 PM3:00 PM3:30 PM4:00 PM4:30 PM5:00 PM5:30 PM6:00 PM6:30 PM7:00 PM7:30 PM8:00 PM8:30 PM9:00 PM9:30 PM What is Being Burned? * I certify that where I am intending to burn is my property, or I have the authorization of the owner. * Yes Submit If you are human, leave this field blank.