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No, the Fire Department does not fill up any water tanks or pools. Please call the Utility Billing Service at 501-321-6880, for more information on this topic.
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When you have agricultural materials that need to be burned, a "Burn Permit" is required. Only agricultural materials (no trash) may be burned.
Residential - Free, available seven days a week between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
A Burn Permit must be obtained by the owner or occupant of the residential property where the burning will take place. Proof of ownership or occupancy must be verified by driver license, ID card, or recent utility bill statement. The Burn Permit may only be used as per the conditions on the permit.
Commercial - $25, available Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
All commercial or second party persons wishing to burn must obtain a commercial burn permit for $25 through the Fire Marshall’s office. In some cases, the Fire Marshall may need to visually inspect the site and or materials to be burned. The Burn Permit may only be used as per the conditions on the permit. Burn Permits can be obtained from the Central Fire Station only at 310 Broadway Avenue between Olive and Orange streets.
For more information on Open Burning, visit the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality.
The Hot Springs Fire Department has numerous stations that cover areas within the city limits. If you are outside the city limits and you are in Garland County, your fire department will vary upon location. Check out the Garland County website for more information.