Does Brunswick County Fire Marshal's Office Issue Burn Permits?

The Brunswick County Fire Marshal's office does not require a burn permit for open burning of natural vegetation inside of 100' feet of a structure located within the Unincorporated areas of the County. However, If you are outside of 100' feet the North Carolina Forest Service requires a State permit. In addition, North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality requires a State permit for certain types and locations of burning. If you are located in a City or Town please check with your local municipal official regarding regulations and open burning permits.

View the Online Burning Permit System website.

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1. How Can I Apply for a Burning Permit?
2. Does Brunswick County Fire Marshal's Office Issue Burn Permits?
3. What Is a Burn Ban? And What Agencies Can Issue a Burn Ban?
4. What Is an Air Curtain Burner? What State Agency Regulates Them?
5. How Do I Order a Knox Box, Knox Locking FDC Caps, Knox Pad Lock, or Other Type of Knox Access System?
6. How Do I Schedule a Fire Inspection for a Commerical or Multi-Family Construction Project?
7. How Do I Schedule a Foster Care Inspection?
8. What Are the Most Common Violations Found During a Foster Care Inspection?
9. How Do I Apply for a Fire Construction Permit for a New Construction or Existing Repair, Remodel, Renovation, Addition, or Change of Use?
10. What Is a False Fire Alarm Prevention Ordinance?
11. How Do I Find out About Fire Inspection, Plan Review, and Fire Permit Fee Schedules?
12. Where Do I Mail a Payment for a Fire Inspection?