The Plymouth Fire Department has prohibited all open burning --including recreational fires -- in Plymouth. Dry conditions have created potentially dangerous fire conditions across much of our region, prompting open burning restrictions. The ban on fires will remain in effect until the area receives enough rainfall to decrease the threat of fire.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has given the metro area a very high level rating for the danger of fire. Under current conditions, fires can start very easily, spread rapidly and intensify quickly. Visit the DNR website for more information.
Questions about open burning in Plymouth may be directed to Plymouth Fire Chief Richard Kline at 763-509-5121.