The Burn Pit area is available to the public as a service to the community and as a fire prevention opportunity for the disposal of materials related to lot cleanup.
The Burn Pit is managed by the Cedar Mountain Fire Protection District and is open May 31st to October 1 (depending on snow conditions).

Burn Pit permits can be obtained at the Fire Station on Mammoth Creek Rd, Monday thru Thursday from 10 am to 5 pm.  Permits can also be purchased at the Burn Pit site on Friday – Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm (subject to change).  You can also request a permit by mail by contacting the Fire Station.  The cost of a permit ranges from $2.00 to $10.00 depending on the size of the load.

The Burn Pit is located on the dirt road that goes out to Cascade Falls. Turn off highway 14 by the Duck Creek Forest Service Visitors Center and follow that road for approximately one mile; the burn pit is located on the right side of the dirt road.

Only natural materials such as tree trimmings and shrubs may be taken to the disposal area. No metal contaminates, hazardous materials, or construction material of any kind may be dumped in this area.

If you have questions regarding the burn pit, contact the Fire Station at 682-3225. Click here for more information on the Cedar Mountain Fire Protection District:

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