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No. Leaves are not allowed to be burnt, even if they are in a recreation fire. Burning of leaves produces noxious smoke which can create a health hazard and is a nuisance to your neighbors.
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The non-emergency number is 952-443-4240 or you can email Fire Chief Andrew Heger.
No, you do not need a burning permit for a recreational bonfire, however the fire must meet the recreational fire guidelines.
Yes, but they first must fill out a fireworks permit application (PDF) and submit it to the city for approval.
Yes, but first they must fill out a fireworks display application (PDF) and submit it to the city for approval.
If you live or work in Victoria, the answer might be yes! Firefighters earn $10.30 per hour for training and calls and earn pension credit. Email Fire Chief Andrew Heger.