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Spring Open Burning Dates Set for St. Joseph

The City of St. Joseph will allow opening burning between April 7 and April 27.
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) The spring open burning season is set in St. Joseph.

The City of St. Joseph will allow opening burning between April 7 and April 27.
 
The City offered the following guidelines for open burning:

-Burning of yard waste of residential properties only.
-Only dry yard waste such  as  leaves, brush and logs grown on the property can be burned. 
-No trash, paper, lumber or building debris may be burned.
-Burning is allowed between 10:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
-All fires must be in an upright cylindrical metal container with a volume equal to no more than 55 gallons. 
-Containers must be located at least 15 feet away from any building. Only one burn container per residence.
-All fires shall be monitored from a point on the property where the fire is located, by a person capable of containing a fire, should containment become necessary.
-Fire-fighting material, including but not limited to, a garden hose or a container of water sufficient to contain any fire started shall be at the site of the fire.
-If weather conditions such as high winds indicate the safety of the community or the public may be endangered or if open burning may create a health  hazard, the Fire Chief or Health Director may invoke a temporary burning ban.

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