All outdoor burning within the boundaries of the Town of Hampton must be accompanied by a valid burning permit.
A seven-day permit for general yard cleanup can be obtained in person only at the Town Hall during normal business hours.
Effective Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017: Burning permits will no longer be issued from the Town Hall. Beginning on May 23rd permits for the burning of brush will be issued on Tuesday nights at the Hampton Fire Hall between 6:30-7:30 pm. Applicants that receive a permit may renew these permits once for an additional 7-day period by calling the Fire Prevention Officer at 832-6094 Option 5. These permits are free of charge
Season permits for outdoor stoves and fire pits can be obtained by calling the Fire Prevention Division at 832-6094 Option 5 and arranging for a site visit (please leave message). These permits are good for the entire year and are free of charge.
Permits will not be issued for the burning of garbage, construction/demolition debris, grass or leaves.
Persons found in violation of the policies of Hampton Fire - Rescue may be held liable for any damages or costs incurred and have their permit privileges revoked.
If you have any questions, please call the Fire Prevention Division at 832-6094 Option 5 or visit our website at www.hamptonfirerescue.ca.
Visit the Hampton Fire and Rescue Website at: www.hamptonfirerescue.ca
For all emergencies requiring immediate attention from the Fire Dept, call 911.
Contact Information for Personnel:
Fire Chief Roger Breau
Deputy Chief Mike Raeburn
Captain Ed Crowley
Phone: (506) 832-6094 Option 5
Training/Safety Officer, Division Chief Dan Rodgerson
Phone: (506) 832-6057