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Flagstaff Regional Emergency Services Society

Through collaboration we will provide exceptional emergency services throughout the Flagstaff Region.

Fire Permits

Fire Permits are required year round. 


To apply for a fire permit click here


To apply for a fireworks permit click here

All NEW Fire Pit Construction Permit - click here


For further information please contact the Flagstaff Regional Emergency Services Society

Police, Fire, Medical Emergency - Call 9-1-1

Have the address or legal land description of the emergency location and a phone number you can be called back on in case of disconnection.

Fire Permit

Current Fire Ban Status

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Fire Ban

Fire Advisory May 8 2024

Effective Wednesday May 8 at 12 Noon., Flagstaff Regional Emergency Services is downgrading the FIRE RESTRICTION to a FIRE ADVISORY for all Municipalities in Flagstaff County.

This Fire Advisory includes:

  • Permits will be issued on a case-by-case basis with the intent that any open burning will be small in nature and would be able to be completed in a short period of time.  No large burns with brush piles/logs will be allowed at this time.  Those projects should be completed during the late fall/winter months.


  • Previous permit holders should re-visit their burn sites to ensure extinguishment and ensure all fire breaks are in place.

The following are PERMITTED during this Fire Advisory:

-        burning barrels equipped with a metal mesh screen.

-        safe wood campfires in approved fire pits on private lands and in campgrounds.

-        portable propane fire pits.

-        gas or propane stoves and barbeques, including briquettes.

-        catalytic or infrared style heaters

-        pellet style electric smokers.

Off-Highway Vehicles can start wildfires – check frequently to ensure hotspots are free of debris, and make sure mufflers and spark arrestors are working properly.

Ensure winds are projected to be less than 16 km/hr for the duration of your burn.

Never leave a campfire unattended. Soak it, stir it and soak it again until cool to the touch to ensure it is extinguished.

This Fire Advisory will remain in effect until further notice.

Thank you,

Derek Homme

Regional Fire Chief

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