Air quality impacts all of us; from the very young, to the very old, and everyone in between. Clean and healthy air is one of the many things we require in order to live long and healthy lives. One of our priorities at Lincoln County Environmental Health is to monitor ambient air quality so that we may keep the citizens of Lincoln County informed about the ever changing conditions, and how those conditions effect the way we all live, work, and play here in Northwest Montana.
Open and Residential Burning in Lincoln County
Permits for residential yard cleanup burns are available at the Environmental Health office, by mail (call (406) 283-2442) or online at the link below.
You can also consider taking your yard waste to the landfill free of charge.
Online Burn Permits (Coming Soon)
All burers are required to obtain apporpiate fire permits from their local Fire Protection Authority. A map showing Fire Potection Authority boundaries (Fire District Boundaries) can be found on the Lincoln County Planning Department website, or by clicking here.
Complaints about suspected illegal burning of limbs, garbage, etc. can be reported to (406) 283-2442 or can be reported online by clicking here.
Links to State Burn Info: