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Burn Information

The Colusa County Air Pollution Control District has the responsibility to enforce local and state air pollution rules and laws governing open burning of waste materials, both agricultural and residential. 

Each day the California Air Resources Board staff makes a decision based upon air quality and meteorological parameters whether it is a burn day or a no-burn day. The District is notified of the decision and, if it is a burn day, is also allocated a specific number of acres for agricultural burning.


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BURNING ALLOWED AT SURFACE ???
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PREDICTED WINDS                                Morning:
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AIR POLLUTION LEVEL (Particulate Matter 2.5): 0 
COUNTY ACREAGE ALLOCATION FOR BURNING: 0

Colusa County Fire Districts

Arbuckle Fire District

(530) 476-2231

Maxwell Fire District

(530) 438-2320

Princeton Fire District (530) 439-2213
Sacramento River Fire District (530) 458-0239
Williams Fire District (530) 473-2269

IMPORTANT NOTES . . . .

bulletFor agricultural burning, a grower must receive authorization to burn from the District and have a valid fire district permit before burning. The decision that it is a burn day does not automatically allow a grower to burn.
bulletResidential burning of waste should only be conducted during permissive burn hours and on burn days.
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Waste to be burned shall not contain petroleum products, demolition debris, tires, tar, metal salvage, wet garbage, dead animals, parts of animals, materials containing prohibited materials or materials that produce offensive odors when burned.

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