No Residential burning is allowed within the City of Medford with the following exceptions (click below fore more information on each type):
The same requirements as listed above apply within Rural District #2, with the exception that Yard Debris burning is allowed in District #2:
The Medford Rural District #2 Residential Burn Permits may be downloaded, filled out, and kept onsite (click on link above for PDF form).
To get information on Fire Season Regulations, Open and Barrel Burning, and the Wood Burning Advisory, click on one of the links below:
|RECREATIONAL FIRE PIT HANDOUT.PDF (342.3kb)
Guidelines for Permanent Fire Pits and Portable Fire Appliances
|RECREATIONAL FIRE PIT HANDOUT.PDF (342.3kb)|
|RESIDENTIAL RECREATIONAL FIRE PIT PERMIT.PDF (143kb)
Guidelines for Permanent Fire Pits and Portable Fire Appliances.
|FILLABLE RECREATIONAL FIRE PIT PERMIT.PDF (214.2kb)
This permit is for Residential Recreational Fire Pits (City or Rural)
|RURAL DISTRICT 2 YARD DEBRIS BURNING TIPS.PDF (113.9kb)|
|DISTRICT 2 - YARD DEBRIS FILLABLE BURN PERMIT.PDF (155.8kb)
*********NOT VALID DURING FIRE SEASON, EFFECTIVE JUNE 3RD, 2016-OCTOBER 28TH 2016.********* This permit is for Rural District #2 residents only. Residential Burn Permits are issued beginning March 1st each year for Rural District #2 residents and are valid only during burn season (Valid through October 31; not valid during fire season). This permit is intended for burning of yard clippings. Residents do not have to get sign off for this permit and there are a variety of ways they can obtain the permit: The permits are mailed out inside the Rural Board Newsletter during the last week of February, or if the permit is lost or not received in the Newsletter, a new one may be mailed, picked up in person, or printed from our website.