How Can I Apply for a Burning Permit?

The North Carolina Forestry Service requires a burning permit outside of one-hundred (100) feet from any structure. A free burning permit can be obtained online through the North Carolina Forestry Service website or in person at Brunswick County Code Administration Central Permitting Office located at 75 Court House Drive building “I” in Bolivia, North Carolina. Permit holders are encouraged to contact the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center at 910-253-7490 and let them know you have obtained a forestry burn permit and will be burning.


View the List of Agents in Brunswick County That Issue North Carolina Forest Service Permits (PDF).

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8. What Are the Most Common Violations Found During a Foster Care Inspection?
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