When burning is not restricted in the county, township residents may obtain burning permits for $5 at the town hall or on-line through the DNR Website.
 
The permit is valid for open burning as specified in Minn. Statute 88.16 Minnesota
Uniform Fire Code and is subject to local ordinances.
 
Permits issued by the township are for brush and untreated wood only. Both on-line permits and those obtained at the town hall expire at 8:00am on January 1st.
 
The permit does NOT authorize running fires, burning of oils, petrol fuels, rubber, plastics, tires,chemically treated materials, treated, painted or glued wood, shingles, tar paper,insulation, composite board, sheet rock, wiring, paint, paint filters, pesticide containers, leaves, hazardous wastes, demolition debris, construction debris, etc.

The State of MN allows burning without a permit when there is snow cover, however, Carver County Ordinance is more strict and requires a permit year round.

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