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Councilman Joseph G. Grillo
Ordinance Officer - Michael G. Nedley
Sewage Enforcement Officer - Professional Code Services, Inc. P: 724-449-2633
Fire Code Enforcement Officer - Mark Marmo
EMERGENCY - DIAL 911
Lower Burrell is served by 2 Volunteer Fire Companies:
Lower Burrell Volunteer Fire Department No. 1 (Kinloch)
Lower Burrell Volunteer Fire Company No. 3 (Lower Burrell)
These volunteers, who exceed a hundred, should be commended for their dedication to the Community for donating their time and services on a volunteer basis.
2 Acre Lot Size Properties:
Two acres or more are permitted to burn Tuesday and Saturday of each month year round from dawn to dusk; except that Saturday burning, during the months of June, July, August and September is restricted to the hours of dawn to noon. The fire must be at least 50 feet from property lines and 50 feet away from any structure. The fire must also be contained and supervised at all times. However, if surrounding residents complain to the City concerning the burning, the Ordinance Officer or Police will require the fire to be extinguished.
Less than 2 Acre Lot Size:
Burning is prohibited from April 1st to October 1st.
Burning is permitted from October 2nd to March 31st. However, burning is only permitted on Tuesdays and Saturdays from dawn to dusk.
All fires must be enclosed in at least a minimum two foot high ring or container. Burning is not permitted any closer than 15 feet from a property line or 25 feet from any structure. The only material to be burned is wood from yard waste during burning periods.