Updates on Millie Fire and other Montana Fires
Gallatin County Emergency Management - Fire Updates
Burn Permits are issued by The Gallatin County Burn Permit service – found at www.BurnPermits.mt.gov. The online service will allow citizens to purchase a burn permit using a debit/credit card or an electronic check. Citizens will also be able to activate their permit online or by calling the county’s new automated phone system at 1-877-306-BURN (2876).
Open Burning is allowed only WITH A PERMIT between March 1st and November 30th. Permit holders are still required to follow SPECIFIC GUIDELINES when burning. This includes notifying when the burn will occur and taking necessary safety measures to contain the burn. Your burn must be attended.
The following materials are PROHIBITED: Food wastes, Animal droppings, Treated lumber, Styrofoam, Plastics, Dead animals or animal parts, Pathogenic wastes, Hazardous materials, Materials resulting from salvage operations, Automobile or aircraft bodies and interiors, Insulated wire, Oil and petroleum products, Standing or demolished structure, Wastes generating noxious odors, Poultry litter, Tires, Rubber material, Tar paper, Chemicals, Asphalt Shingles, Asbestos or asbestos-containing material.