Are outdoor cooking fires allowed?

Outdoor Cooking Fires are allowed for persons over the age of eighteen. Anyone wishing to have a cooking fire should notify the dispatcher in advance if it will be producing smoke, 978-369-1442 (there is no written permit). All cooking fires should be at least 25 feet from any building, and the fire should be enclosed within rocks, metal, or noncombustible material. A constructed fire pit should be a maximum of 3 feet in diameter and a maximum of 2 feet high. The requester must be in attendance until the fire is extinguished. This person shall have a garden hose connected to a water supply or other fire extinguishing equipment readily available for use. This fire should not be used for the disposal of rubbish, trash, or waste materials.

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1. How do I file a permit application?
2. How do I schedule an inspection?
3. How do I obtain an Open Burning Permit?
4. Is outdoor burning allowed?
5. Are outdoor cooking fires allowed?
6. Can I buy obtain a Fire Department patch?
7. How can I find answers to questions for my home insurance?
8. Is the Fire Department Hiring?