Permit Sonoma Fire Prevention

Burn Permit & Wood Burning Stove Information

To obtain information on allowable open burning for your area, find and contact the appropriate air district as described. Do NOT burn without following your air district’s requirements.

Burn Suspension Announced

Published on May 10, 2021

The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) has announced the enactment of a burn suspension, beginning at 12:01 AM Monday, May 10, 2021, which bans all outdoor burning.

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Call (707) 433-5911 for permit requirements and applications. Permits are required year round.
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Areas of Responsibility

Annapolis
Bodega
Bodega Bay
Camp Meeker
Cazadero
Cloverdale
Forestville
Fort Ross
Geyserville
Healdsburg
Knights Valley
Monte Rio
Occidental
Russian River
San Antonio
Sea Ranch
Sotoyome
Timber Cove

Call (415) 749-4900 for a notification application. Only agriculture burning is allowed in BAAQMD
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Areas of Responsibility

Bennett Valley
Bloomfield
Cotati
Freestone
Glen Ellen
Gold Ridge
Graton
Hessel
Kenwood
Mayacamas
Mountain
Petaluma
Penngrove
Rancho Adobe
Rincon Valley
Rohnert Park
Roseland
Santa Rosa
Schell Vista
Sears Point / Skaggs Island
Sebastopol*
Sonoma
Twin Hills
Two Rock
Valley Ford
Valley of the Moon
Wilmar
Windsor

* Sebastopol Area

For addresses with a Sebastopol zip code please call the Northern Sonoma County APCD, at (707) 433-5911 for assistance in establishing your air district residency.

During period of high fire danger as declared by the State and local fire agencies all burning may be suspended until further notice.

If you have clearance to burn by the appropriate air district you must report your burn location to REDCOM, the Sonoma County Dispatch Center, at (707) 565-1700.