BurnPermits.com
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Lake George Fire Protection District Burn Permits

Apply for your online permit today.

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Welcome to the Lake George Fire Protection District Online Open Burn Permit Manager.

Please fill in the form to create a new account and register for your first permit.

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Select Permit Type:

Personal Information

Do you rent or own your home?

Information for Renters

If you rent your home, your permit will require approval by your landlord before it becomes valid.

Landlord Information

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Confirm Your Location

Please ensure the marker on the map below indicates the correct location for your property. You may use the + and - buttons to zoom in and out, and click-and-drag the marker to place it in the correct location.





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Terms & Conditions

Please select a burn permit type.


Upload Photos for Permit (Optional)

Please upload photos, if available, of the burning site and what you intend to burn.

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Notification Methods


Notifications

Enabling notifications by providing one or more contact methods below will ensure that you receive important information (e.g. changes to risk level, ban status changes etc.)

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Your permit is being created.

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Don't forget to call!

Toll-free: 1-888-751-6171

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can obtain a burn permit?

Only residents living in approved areas can obtain a permit. Permits are conditional and may be revoked at any time.

How can I obtain a burn permit?

You may register online using this website, or you can visit us in person.

What can I burn?

Please only burn wood, wood by-products (cardboard, paper etc.) or leaves.

Do I need a permit?

If you want to have an open-air fire (bonfire, fire pit etc.) then yes, you need an approved permit. Permits are also required if you are having a barbecue.