What happens if I burn without a permit?

Per the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Quality Control Commission Regulation 9 provides guidelines or open burning. Burning without a permit or burning of prohibited materials can lead to a sizable civil penalty of up to $10,000 per day. (per C.R.S. 25-7-123) Get a permit before you burn!

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1. Do I need to contact Arvada Fire to schedule a compliance inspection?
2. Do I receive a hard copy of my inspection report?
3. Do I need to submit plans to be reviewed?
4. Can I start work without a permit?
5. Can I submit a scope of work letter for the work I am doing?
6. What is the plan review turn-around time?
7. How do I request a fire investigation report?
8. What happens if I burn without a permit?
9. What materials are not allowed to be burned?
10. What materials may be burned?
11. What do I need to know about fire extinguishers?