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2017 Incidents
STATION 3 STATION 31 STATION 33
JAN 588 361 111
FEB 549 261 95
MAR 579 349 119
APR 574 337 102
MAY 686 316 103
JUNE 573 315 111
JULY 641 353 104
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Past Incidents
Sta3 Sta31 Sta33
2014 5700 3054 1413
2013 5193 2870 1304
2012 5157 2781 1424
2011 5028 2690 1280
2010 5298 3446 1256
2009 5119 4104 1301
2008 4934 3504 1546

2015 Incidents
Sta3 Sta31 Sta33
January 466 260 114
February 472 289 102
March 433 234 139
April 507 287 99
May 538 288 114
June 536 296 105
July 579 300 113
August 586 324 79
September 568 293 108
October 590 329 117
November 550 312 97
December 460 316 101
Total 6285 3528 1288

2016 Incidents
STATION 3 STATION 31 STATION 33
JAN 583 316 122
FEB 484 383 91
MAR 734 303 99
APR 600 302 144
MAY 770 365 112
JUNE 652 359 125
JULY 719 325 94
AUG 627 339 112
SEPT 693 312 109
OCT 680 332 99
NOV 573 324 103
DEC 617 331 139
Total 7732 3991 1349

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Burn Ban Notification
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By Deputy Chief Jerry Dorsey
June 1, 2017

ANNUAL OPEN BURN BAN NOTIFICATION

The Frederick County Health Department (FCHD) reminds county residents that there is an open burning ban in effect from June 1st through August 31st. Open burning permits cannot be used during this time period. This ban does not apply to small recreational fires such as campfires, the use of barbeques, or gas grills.

The annual ban, which is required by the Maryland State Air Quality regulations, first went into effect in June 1995. The ban extends throughout the Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Region and is designed to reduce the high ozone levels that affect the region during the summer months, allowing for better air quality.

The FCHD would also like to remind residents that when burning is allowed, an open burning permit is required from the Health Department. Permits can be obtained by visiting the FCHD, Environmental Health Office located at 350 Montevue Lane, Entrance A.

Violation of the open burning ban or open burning without a permit is subject to a fine of up to $500 under the Frederick County Code, under Maryland State Regulations, the penalty may be up to $25,000. Burning of household trash is not allowed at any time of the year. For additional information, contact the Community Services in the Environmental Health Services Division of the Frederick County Health Department at 301-600-1717.

 

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