NSCAPCD RULE 2-2-302 OPEN BURNING-NON-AGRICULTURAL CLASSIFICATION
LAST REVISED 11/11/11
          
          
          2-302 Open Burning - Non-Agricultural Classification

          Within the limitations of 2-400 open outdoor fires may be allowed
          only for the disposal of approved combustibles  only on permissive 
          burn days in the following non-agricultural operations.

                302.1 Single or two-family dwellings:  for the disposal of
                      approved combustibles burned on the property where 
                      generated.  This category is not restricted to 
                      permissive burn days, except in the following areas:

                         The Humboldt Bay Air Basin (Appendix A)
                         The Ukiah-Little Lake Air Basin (Appendix B)
                         The Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution 
                           Control District (Appendix C).

                302.2 Property Development for the disposal of wood waste
                      from trees, vines, or brush on the property where 
                      grown and which is being developed for commercial or 
                      residential purposes. (41802 H & S)  Each proposed 
                      burn under this classification must be approved by 
                      the District Board, or where delegated, the air
                      pollution control officer, after consideration of the 
                      amount of waste to be burned, the season of the year, 
                      the ambient air quality, proximity of waste to 
                      developed areas or such other or additional criteria 
                      as the District Board or air pollution control officer 
                      may establish.  Such approval shall be in the form of 
                      a permit issued by the District air pollution control
                      officer and such permit shall allow burning only on 
                      permissive burn days. (41804 H & S)

                302.3 Fire Hazard Reduction for the disposal of brush
                      cuttings resulting from brush clearance done in 
                      compliance with state and local ordinances 
                      specifically to reduce a potential fire hazard on the 
                      property where grown. (41802 H & S Code)  Each 
                      proposed burn under this classification must be 
                      approved by the District Board, or where delegated, 
                      the air pollution control officer, after consideration 
                      of the amount of waste to be burned, the season of the 
                      year, the ambient air quality, proximity of waste to 
                      developed areas or such other or additional criteria 
                      as the District Board or air pollution control officer 
                      may establish.  Such approval shall be in the form of 
                      a permit issued by the District air pollution control 
                      officer and such permit shall allow burning only on 
                      permissive burn days. (41804 H & S)

                302.4 Right-of-way Clearing by a public entity or a utility.

                302.5 Levee, Reservoir and Ditch maintenance.