Yes, but the fire department discourages the burning of leaves due to safety concerns and nuisance issues. Instead, residents are encouraged to bag their yard waste and place them near the curbside in front of their home for pickup. Of course, residents may also haul such waste to the landfill themselves if they choose to do so.
If you do decide to burn, you must follow these requirements:
Only one pile may be burned at a time.
The pile can be no larger than 3 feet in diameter and no taller than 2 feet high.
The pile must be at least 25 feet away from all buildings and property lines.
You must have a way to extinguish the fire (i.e. a garden hose with the water turned on and ready to flow).
You must stay with the fire as it burns.
You can only burn during daylight hours (no earlier than one hour after sunrise…no later than one hour before sunset).
Only leaves, small twigs, grass clippings, hedge trimmings and the like may be burned…absolutely no trash or building construction material may be burned.
(Code 2006, § 7.37.01; Ord. No. 3479, § 1)
You do not need to notify the fire department before burning leaves. Just make sure these requirements are followed and most importantly – Be Safe!!!