Open burning shall be subject to the following restrictions:
   (A)   Location: The location for any open burning shall not be less than one hundred feet (100') from any structure and provisions shall be made to prevent the fire from spreading to within one hundred feet (100') of any structure. Only one open burn on any property shall occur at any one time.
   (B)   Attendance: Any open burn shall be constantly attended by an individual at least eighteen (18) years of age until the fire is completely extinguished. A garden hose attached to a water barrel, water truck or other source of water supply or other extinguishing method shall be available for immediate utilization.
   (C)   Size: No open burn shall be more than ten feet by ten feet by ten feet (10' x 10' x 10') in dimension.
   (D)   Duration And Times: No open burn shall burn in excess of six (6) hours in any calendar day. Landscape burns shall be limited to the hours of eight o’clock (8:00) A.M. to nine o’clock (9:00) P.M.
   (E.)   Material: Fuel for any open burn shall consist only of seasoned dry firewood, landscape waste, untreated, unpainted or unprocessed wood/lumber which is produced or obtained for use on the premises where the materials are burned.
   (F)   Exemptions: The restrictions set forth herein on open burning shall not apply to prescribed or restoration-workday burns associated with ecologic restoration or natural landscape management. (Ord. 20-12, 7-21-2020)