When can I burn a fire in my fireplace?

Air.Utah.gov has some great online resources for knowing when it’s safe to burn, and when it will negatively impact the air we breathe. Check out https://air.utah.gov/ for hourly updates on air quality and the resultant permissions or restrictions on burning wood in your fireplace or woodstove, or burning for any purpose.

There’s also an app for that: You may download the UtahAir app from the Android or iOS store.

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1. May I have a fire pit or other recreational fire at my residence?
2. When can I burn a fire in my fireplace?
3. Is leaf burning allowed in residential areas?
4. Do I need a permit to burn leaves?
5. What do I do when my neighbors are burning something they shouldn’t?
6. My neighbors have a lot of junk piled up around their residence. I’m worried this is a fire hazard. What can I do?
7. Do you change smoke detector batteries?
8. How do I refill my fire extinguisher?
9. What public education programs do you offer?
10. I’m concerned about a youth in my life with a particular affinity for fire. What should I do?
11. May I fly Chinese Lanterns in Draper?
12. May I have a tethered Chinese Lantern instead of flying them?
13. Are fireworks allowed anywhere in Draper?
14. When can I set off fireworks this year?
15. Are residents allowed to discharge fireworks in Draper?