Fire Permits & Chimineas
Fire Permit Information
Fire permits can be purchased through the Township of Tiny Office,
at 130 Balm Beach Road West
(9:00 am to 4:30 pm) Monday to Friday.
They can also be purchased for $20.00 cash only at the 6 (six) following locations:
1) Lafontaine SuperMarket, 345 rue Lafontaine Road West, Lafontaine
2) Wyevale Jug City, 870 County Road 6 South, Wyevale
3) Mailloux Jug City, 594 Champlain Road, North West Basin
4) Adamson Gas Station, 120 County Road 6 South, Perkinsfield
5) Marc's Hardware, 520 Cedar Point Road, Lafontaine
6) Esso Station, 2 Lafontaine Road East, Lafontaine
You can also download a copy of the Fire Permit application and rules, by clicking on this link
It is the applicant’s responsibility to know if a Fire Ban is in effect.
For FIRE BAN INFORMATION contact the Township of Tiny office at (705) 526-4204 or check the Fire Rating Symbol on the Home Page
If you have any additional questions and/or concerns please do not hesitate to
call (705) 322-1161.
Thank you and have a Fire Safe Year!
REMEMBER IT’S ILLEGAL TO BURN WITHOUT A VALID FIRE PERMIT
Did you know?
- That IF you wish to burn a pile that's larger than 1 meter in diameter or height that you require a special permit?
- Burning in a 45 gallon drum or barrel also requires a Fire Permit, NO EXCEPTIONS
Please contact the Township of Tiny Fire Department for more information.
This page will give you information with regards to Chimineas and the rules that apply to them in the Township of Tiny.
Land Clearing and Burning
Clean wood may be burned on the property where it was generated provided that the requirements of the Municipal Fire Permit have been complied with. As per MOE regulations, once wood from land clearing operations, including stumps, has been removed from a property it is to be considered "Wood Waste".
For the disposal of this material, the Ministry of Environment issues "Stump Dump" certificates of approval for disposal sites. Once waste wood is removed from a property, the wood waste is not to be open air burned as a method of disposal.
The open air burning of "Waste Materials" is not permitted in Ontario.