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Idaho Burn Permits are required annually between May 10 and October 20. Obtaining a burn permit ensures your burn is in compliance with Idaho law (Idaho Code 38-115).

Get your burn permit: burnpermits.idaho.gov/

Who needs a permit: Individuals living outside city limits anywhere in Idaho, who plan to burn for any reason including yard waste and crop residue must obtain a burn permit. Recreational campfires do NOT require a burn permit.

Details in today's news release: www.idl.idaho.gov/pressrelease/closed-burning-season-begins-may-10-permits-required/

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Idaho Burn Permits are required annually between May 10 and October 20. Obtaining a burn permit ensures your burn is in compliance with Idaho law (Idaho Code 38-115).

Get your burn permit: https://burnpermits.idaho.gov/

Who needs a permit: Individuals living outside city limits anywhere in Idaho, who plan to burn for any reason including yard waste and crop residue must obtain a burn permit. Recreational campfires do NOT require a burn permit.

Details in todays news release: https://www.idl.idaho.gov/pressrelease/closed-burning-season-begins-may-10-permits-required/

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