Burning Permits

Ratepayers are required to obtain a burning permit from the Municipal Office, located at 460 Witt Road or online, before igniting any fire.

There are two types of permits availble:

  1. Recreational Burning Permit: Recreational fire pits shall be no larger than 50.8 cm (20 inches) by 50.8 cm (20 inches) in size by 50.8 cm (20 inches) in height. (Permit is valid for 1 year) ($10 each)
  2. Open Burning Permit: The size of any pile of material to be burned shall not exceed 1.36 sq. metre (14.64 sq. ft.) in area and 1 metre (3.28 ft) in height unless written approval is received from the Chief Fire Official or designate. (Permit valid for 5 days) ($20 per calendar year)

See Burning Permit Conditions for more details.

Online burning permit forms: http://www.lvtownship.ca/forms-and-applications/burning-forms/

Please contact the Municipal Office regarding restrictions/exceptions and burning bans. You can also view the burning by-law under Frequently Requested By-laws.