Chief: Shane Bugg - email@example.com
Asst. Chief: Dale Ross
Firefighters: Dominic (Joe) Venturato Jr.
2011 - new Tanker Truck
Prevent Wildfires ~ In June of 2008, the Burt Township Fire Department
responded to 2 fires that could have resulted in loss of life, property, and wildlife
habitats - a vehicle fire in the school forest and a wild fire near the Superior
Dunes development. While neither were the result of improper burning ~ Do Your
part, Help Prevent Wildfires by getting a burn permit.
your burn permit online: www.michigan.gov/burnpermit
Needs a Burn Permit, Who Does Not
permits are issued only for:
Ongoing burns for construction and land clearing, roadway maintenance, and uncertified
party's performing prescribed burns without a written plan require a burn permit
issued by the local DNR Fire Manager.
permits are NOT required:
- Cooking or recreational
Anytime there is continuous snow cover adjacent to your fire
that can never be burned due to air quality regulations:
regulations vary, please check before lighting your fire.
burn permits issued within 1400 feet of a city or village due to Department of
Environmental Quality air quality rules.