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Recreational burn permit


Maple Grove residents may have recreational fires if they have a valid permit and follow safety guidelines published by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, the State Fire Marshal Division and the Maple Grove Fire Department Policy. The City will provide a free recreational fire permit that lists these requirements.

Annual recreational permits are free, but they expire on December 31 each year and must be renewed.

You will receive a PDF document to retain for your records once you complete the online application. The PDF document will list basic guidelines for Recreational Fires.  Please refer to the following link for more information:

Maple Grove Recreational Fire Policy 

For additional information, call 763-494-6090 or email Fire Inspections.

A permit will be emailed to you for future use.  Please print a copy to have available when conducting a recreational fire.  The permit is valid for the homeowner and property listed therein.  If you move, the permit will no longer be valid.

Request Burn Permit