no burning: (ozone) air Quality alert

if you do not see the Burn Notification Link above, the form has been removed due to a burn ban currently being in place and no burning is allowed. The link will be replaced when the burn ban status changes.

Please note that weather conditions can lead to burn bans being put in place from day to day. Prior to submitting a burn notification request form, please visit the National Weather Service watches, warnings and advisories page. It will show if an ozone alert is in place or a wind advisory, etc. all of which can lead to a burn ban in place for a given day. If we are under ozone alert, that means no burning of any kind, If we are under a wind advisory that means no burning of any kind, If we are under a fire weather watch that means no burning of any kind.

Please call 817-598-0969 to report your burn or fill out our online Burn Notification Form.

Parker County Fire Marshal's Office requests you only submit a burn notification form on the day you wish to burn, providing there is no burn ban in place. This is due to the day to day changes in weather conditions that may affect if a burn can take place even if a burn ban is not in place. Parker County thanks you for your cooperation and adherence to the necessary safety precautions.