burning of tree leaves or residential brush or any
other type of vegetation is limited to the period
beginning September 16 and ending April 14 of each
creosoted, wolmanized or otherwise treated wood
must NOT be used to fuel the fire.
burning CANNOT be used as disposal of
household waste/refuse disposal.
must not exceed a base area of four (4) feet by
four (4) feet.
may take place between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
must be a means of fire extinguishment on site and
burning must be supervised by an adult at all
fire must be fully extinguished before leaving.
burning that will be offensive or objectionable
because of smoke or odor emissions when
atmospheric conditions or local circumstances make
such fires hazardous shall be prohibited.
location of burning shall not be less than 50 feet
from any structure.
smoke, ash or particulate matter from an open burn
remains visible beyond the property line of origin, or
found on surfaces beyond the property line of origin,
this may be a violation of the Missouri Air Pollution
Control Rule, 10CSR 10-6.170 - Restriction of
Particulate Matter to the Ambient Air Beyond the
Premises of Origin. Such an occurrence
could result in issuance of a Notice of Violation from
the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
Any violation of the Missouri Air Pollution Control
Rules could also result in a fine from the State of