Burn permits are non-refundable.

Residential burn permits are not available at this time due to COVID-19.
For the latest information visit health.mesacounty.us/COVID19.

Residential permits for Fall 2020 will be available for purchase through October 31.

Open Burn Information

Guide to Open Burning Open Burning Regulations

Do I need a permit?

In order to burn, Mesa County residents need a Residential Burn Permit or an Agricultural Burn Permit.

To apply for a Burn Permit, please complete the following information:


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Only select your address or parcel number from the dropdown list. Do not use auto-fill.

Type in the beginning of your address (start with your house number) or parcel number. The system will search for the address and show a list. Be sure to select the correct address or parcel number from the list before moving on to the next step.

The system does not recognize punctuation. Please use abbreviations such as Rd for Road, St for Street, Ave for Avenue, Ct for Court, and Pkwy for Parkway.