1. This permit is valid only on those days which are not prohibited by the Air Resources Board pursuant to Section 41855 of the Health & Safety Code or by the Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District (YSAQMD
2. Acreage burned during the calendar year in which this permit was issued will be billed the following January to the permit holder based on the fee schedule established in District Rule 4.2 (e.g.: acreage burned in 2018 will be billed in January 2019 Fee schedule rates: base fee, $30.00, field crop stubble, $1.25/acre, rice stubble, $1.50/acre, orchard prunings, $0.85/acre and miscellaneous burning, $1.00/acre.
3. District Rule 1.1, Sections 201 and 225. A full description can be found at www.ysaqmd.org/rules-compliance/burning/agricultural/. The basic parameters are that materials burned must be produced by an agricultural business, range improvement or wildland vegetation management. If you questions about eligibility to participate, call the District at (530) 757-3650.
4. ALL BURNING MUST HAVE PRIOR APPROVAL BY YOLO-SOLANO AQMD. You must call the ag burn line at (530) 757-3660 to request approval. You must have a valid permit number and be prepared to provide the permit number prior to burning.
5. All field crop stubble must be placed on the "ready to burn" list.
6. On days in which you have received permission to burn, you must also contact your local County Fire Control before ignition and the burning is to be conducted in accordance with the conditions specified below. Fire control numbers are as listed: Yolo County Fire Control (530) 666-8920; Solano County Fire Control (707) 678-7080 and/or East Davis (530) 747-5400, Press -0-.
7. The District will set daily hours for allowed burns. Field stubble burns will never begin earlier than 10 a.m. and will end by 3 p.m. from September through January and 5 p.m. February through August. No burns will be allowed to start before 8 a.m. or burn past 5 p.m.
8. The permit is valid only on land owned or legally controlled by permit.
9. Material shall be arranged to facilitate efficient burning and shall be free of petroleum waste, demolition waste, construction debris, tires, rubber products, materials containing tar, metal salvage, car bodies or parts and other non- agricultural crop materials.
10. Material shall be properly managed to prevent overnight smoking/smoldering. Before igniting stumps or large branches, you should consult District staff to determine if conditions are likely to allow burning the following day. If the next day is a no burn day, any fires burning from the previous day shall be extinguished.
11. The waste shall be dried as required, shall be free of visible moisture, and only ignited with approved devices. All field and range burning must be ignited by backfiring or strip firing into the wind unless otherwise approved.
12. No burning will be allowed within 3 miles of a populated area unless approved by the Air Pollution Control Officer.
13. Permit holder will be held responsible for smoke impacting populated areas.
14. This permit may be revoked or suspended for violation of any conditions, misrepresentation, or as necessary for public safety.