Burn Day Status

June 16. Cal Fire permit also required. Backyard burn suspended.





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Agricultural Burn Permit Renewal - CLICK HERE

  • Only for agriculturalists who held an agricultural burn permit within the past two burn seasons.
  • A separate permit is required for each non-contiguous or non-adjacent property.
  • Click here to renew your agricultural burn permit and process credit card payment (process fees apply to credit card transactions).
  • After payment of the permit fee, please allow up to five (5) business days for the APCD to issue your Burn Permit and send it to you via email or U.S. mail if an email address is not provided or is illegible.
  • Just a friendly reminder, effective May 1, Agricultural burns will also require CAL FIRE's LE-5 permit.

I understand and agree to conduct burning in compliance with all San Luis Obispo County Air Pollution Control District Rules and Regulations that apply to Open Burning.  See the District Rule Requirements by clicking here


Invoice Payment

General Invoice E-Pay - click here.