Note 1 - Under
Ontario Regulation 213/07 (Fire Code), you are
permitted to have an open air burn consisting of
a small, confined fire, supervised at all times,
and used to cook food on a grill or a barbecue.
The Fire Code also permits the use of an
appliance that is in conformance with the
Technical Standards and Safety Act, 2000, and is
for outdoor use and installed in accordance with
the manufacturer's instructions.
An Open Air Burning Permit is not required for this type of
burning provided it meets the above noted
Note 2 - The
Town of Kingsville has passed the above noted
by-law which allows a person (older than 16
years of age) to set or cause to be set an open
fire on agriculturally zoned property that is
not in a container whereby the said person may
burn the remains of any crop grown and/or
harvested or brushed. Non-grown materials
related to farming/agricultural use including
but not limited to such items as plastics,
nylon, oil products and insulation are strictly
prohibited from being burned by open air fire.
Click on the above link to view all of the
burning requirements as set out in By-Law 72-2001.
An Open Air Burning Permit is not required for this
type of burning provided it meets the conditions
as set out in By-Law 72-2001. The
Kingsville Fire Department shall be notified of
the open burn by calling (519) 733-2313 two
hours prior to starting the fire.
3 - Any other burning that is not in accordance
with Ontario Regulation 213/07 or By-Law 72-2001
shall not be permitted unless approved by the
Chief Fire Official. If you wish to burn on
your property, you must fill out an Application
For Open Air Burning and submit it to the Kingsville
Fire Department's South Station or via fax. The
application must be filled out in its entirety.
The Kingsville Fire Department may have to
inspect the proposed burn location. Only
approved applications will be issued an Open Air
download the Application For Open Air Burning.