Open Air Burning By-law
The Open Air Burning By-law states that no person shall set a fire in the open air within the boundaries of the municipality or allow a fire to burn without first having obtained a permit from the Chief Fire Official. This does not include open air fires, which may be set without having obtained a permit when such burning consists of a small, confined fire, supervised at all times and used to cook food on a grill or a barbecue.
For more detailed information about the Open Air Burning By-law, check out the Town of Richmond Hill Municipal Code and scroll to Chapter 868, Open Air Burning.
Open Air Burning Brochure [PDF]
Fire Setting By-law
The Fire Setting By-law Regulates open air fires on all lands within the Town, including allowable times, etc.
For more detailed information about the Fire Setting By-law, check out the Town of Richmond Hill Municipal Code and scroll to Chapter 1037, Fire Setting.