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Property Tax

WHAT IS THE CURRENT TAX RATE?
Motor Vehicle Tax Rate is $22.04 per thousand of assessed value. Real Estate Tax Rate is $13.97 per thousand of assessed value for residential and commercial property. Tangible/Personal Property Tax Rate is $13.97 per thousand of assessed value. Retail and Wholesale Inventory is exempt from assessment

HOW OFTEN DOES THE TOWN CONDUCT A REVALUATION OF REAL ESTATE?
The last revaluation was done as of December 31, 2006. The next revaluation is scheduled for 2009...
for more details about the revaluation process see revaluation process.

WHEN CAN I APPEAL MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES? ... REAL ESTATE/TANGIBLE TAXES?
For motor vehicle taxes, an appeal of the presumptive value must be filed within thirty (30) days of the mailing of the tax bill. Appeal forms are available in the Assessorís Office.

For real estate and tangible taxes, you must file an Application for Appeal of Property Tax application within 90 days from the date the first tax payment is due (must be received in the assessorís office by October 29 at 4:30 p.m.). Forms for appealing assessments along with detailed taxpayer information about the appeal procedures will be available in the Assessorís Office after the July tax bills are mailed. Applications can be picked up in the Assessorís Office or the taxpayer can request that they be mailed to them. The assessor has forty-five (45) days to review the appeal. The taxpayer, if still aggrieved, may appeal to the local tax board of review within thirty (30) days from the date of the assessorís decision or if no decision is made by the assessor with the forty-five (45) days of the filing of the appeal, the taxpayer has 90 days from the expiration of the forty-five (45) days to appeal to the tax board of review in writing.

After the tax board of review renders a decision the person if still aggrieved may, within thirty (30) days of the tax board of review decision notice, file a petition in the superior court as provided by Rhode Island State Law.

WHAT PERIODS DO THE TAX BILLS COVER?
Motor vehicle taxes are for the vehicles owned during the previous calendar year.

Real Estate taxes are assessed as of December 31st of each year for the current calendar year.

Prorated real estate taxes are assessed as of the date of the certificate of occupancy (CO) for the days from the CO date to the end of the calendar year.

Tangible personal property taxes are assessed as of December 31st.

WHEN ARE PAYMENTS DUE?
The tax bills are mailed on July 1st of each year and are due and payable by July 31st.

For bills over $100, payments can be made quarterly by the following date:
First Installment July 31st
Second Installment October 31st
Third Installment January 31st
Fourth Installment April 30th.

WHAT IF A PAYMENT IS LATE?
If only one installment has been missed, interest will be charged on the installment amount back to the date that the installment was due at a rate of 12% per year, equivalent to 1% per month.
If more than one installment has been missed, interest will be charged back to the date of the original tax roll, i.e. July 31, 2007. The interest is calculated at a rate of 12% per year, which is 1% per month.

I ESCROW MY TAXES. IS THIS REAL ESTATE TAX BILL THAT I RECEIVED A DUPLICATE COPY?
The real estate tax bill that is being mailed to the homeowner is the original copy. The Town does not send tax bills to the lending institutions. If you do not receive a bill please contact the Assessorís Office. If you escrow your taxes, you should make a copy of your bill and forward it to your lender for payment.

WHY DID I GET A MOTOR VEHICLE TAX BILL FOR A CAR I DON'T OWN ANYMORE?
Motor vehicle excise taxes are charged for the period that the vehicle was registered during the previous calendar year. All motor vehicle information comes from the Rhode Island Registry of Motor Vehicles.

I ESCROW MY TAXES OR I HAVE REFINANCED MY MORTGAGE OR MY MORTGAGE HAS BEEN SOLD AND I AM ESCROWING WITH A DIFFERENT COMPANY NOW. WHAT SHOULD I DO ABOUT MY TAX BILL?
Your tax bill has been sent directly to you, the homeowner. If you do not receive a bill please contact the Tax Collection Office. No tax bills are sent directly to lending institutions. If you escrow your taxes, as soon as possible after receipt of your bill, you should mail your quarterly tax bills to your lending institution for them to make payment. The Town provides tax information to escrow agents electronically and only upon request.

PLEASE PROVIDE SOME INFORMATION ABOUT THE TOWN'S ELDERLY TAX RELIEF PROGRAMS.
There are two different elderly exemptions available to property owners over the age of 65 years. One is a flat exemption not based on income and the other is an exemption that varies in amount depending on the level of income. For specific information regarding these exemptions please click below.

  • Click here to view the current ordinance or
  • Click here to view who may qualify, specific provisions for the exemptions and application instructions or
  • Click here to email Tax Assessor for application

    Human Services

    I LIVE IN NORTH KINGSTOWN AND HAVE A SHUTOFF ON MY UTILITY BILL OR CAN'T GET A DELIVERY OF OIL BECAUSE I OWE A BILL. WHERE CAN I GET HELP?
    You can make an appointment with the Town of North Kingstown Social Services Department located at the North Kingstown Senior Center, 10 Beach Street, North Kingstown, RI 02852.The hours are from 9:00am to 3:00pm daily, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday or call 268-1579 or 294-3331 Ext. 330

    WHERE DO I APPLY FOR SECTION 8 HOUSING FOR NORTH KINGSTOWN?
    Rhode Island Housing Mortgage Finance Corporation located at 44 Washington Street in Providence handles the Section 8 Program for the Town of North Kingstown. The telephone number is (401) 751-5566. In addition, there are three senior, handicapped and low-income family housing developments that are designated as Section 8. Please contact Social Services for more information: 268-1579.

    I LIVE IN NORTH KINGSTOWN, WHERE DO I APPLY FOR HEATING ASSISTANCE AND WHEN SHOULD I APPLY?
    South County Community Action in Peacedale administers the Low Income Energy Assistance Program. The telephone number is (401) 789-3016 or 1-800-432-2605. You should apply in the fall, September or October. For more information on emergency assistance call 268-1579.

    WHERE DO I APPLY FOR FOOD STAMPS?
    The Food Stamp Program is administered by the State of Rhode Island. The Food Stamp Office is now located at 195 Buttonwoods Avenue, Warwick, RI. Their number is 1-800-282-7021.

    I JUST LOST MY JOB AND HAVE SEVERAL CHILDREN AND NO MONEY. WHERE CAN I GET SOME EMERGENCY FOOD?
    The North Kingstown Food Pantry serves anyone in Town with emergency food needs. They provide one week's worth of groceries and available supplies. The policy is to help no more than three (3) times in six (6) months. The phone number is (401) 294-7608.

    HOW CAN I CONTRIBUTE TO THE NORTH KINGSTOWN FOOD PANTRY?
    Donations of non-perishable food items can be dropped off at the NK Town Hall, Town Hall Annex, NK Police Station, NK Chamber of Commerce, South County Printing, Standard Times Office, Wickford Baptist Church, First Baptist Church in NK, United Methodist Church, St. Paul's Church, St. Bernard's and St. Francis de Sales Church. Cash or check donations may be sent to the United Methodist Church, 450 Boston Neck Road, North Kingstown, RI 02852. Further information may be obtained by calling (401) 294-7608.

    WHERE CAN I GET COMMODITIES?
    Commodities are distributed at the South County Community Action in Peacedale, RI on Thursdays between 1pm and 3pm. The telephone numbers are (401) 789-3016 or 1-800-432-2605. Eligibility is limited to Family Independence Program, Energy Assistance, Food Stamps, General Public Assistance, Subsidized Housing, Medical Assistance, Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Elderly, Supplemental Security Income.

    I LIVE IN NORTH KINGSTOWN AND I DON'T DRIVE. I NEED TO HAVE TRANSPORTATION TO A DOCTOR'S APPOINTMENT. CAN YOU HELP?
    North Kingstown FISH (Friends in Service to Humanity) is a volunteer organization that gives rides to those who have no other means of transportation to medical or dental appointments or to related services. Service is limited by the availability of drivers. One week notice is recommended. Telephone number is (401) 295-1121. FISH always needs volunteers for telephone workers and drivers and offers mileage reimbursement to volunteers.

    I HAVE NO MONEY AND NEED MEDICAL CARE. WHERE CAN I GO?
    Bayside Family Health Center, 308 Callahan Road, North Kingstown, is open to all people. Fee for service is based on a sliding scale which is determined by income and family size. When fees are reduced, verification of income is required. The Center accepts most health insurance, Medicare and Medicaid. Call (401) 295-9706.

    Code Enforcement / Building Official

    WHO IS ... ? WHEN IS ... ?
    The Building Official? Gary Tedeschi

    The Assistant Building Official? Rhett Bishop

    The Code Enforcement/Building Official's Office open 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM weekdays.

    DO I NEED A PERMIT?
    You need a permit for all new construction, renovations, except minor repairs and including but not limited to the installation of shed, pools, fireplaces, woodstoves and chimneys.. Reference the Building Officials and Code Administrators (BOCA) 23-27.3- 113.1, entitled "When a permit is required" - It shall be unlawful to construct, enlarge, alter, remove, or demolish a building, or change the occupancy of a building from one use group as defined in this code to another; or to install or alter any equipment for which provision is made or the installation of which is regulated by this code, without first filing an application with the building official in writing and obtaining the required permit thereof;except that ordinary repairs as defined in BOCA 23-27.3-102 which do not involve any violation of this code shall be exempt from this provision.

    BOCA 23-27.3-102, entitled "Ordinary repairs" - Ordinary repairs to a building and structures may be made without application notice to the building official, but the repairs shall not include the installation of any siding, the cutting away of any wall, partition or portion thereof, the removal or cutting of any structural beam or bearing support, or the removal or change of any required means of egress, or rearrangement of parts of a structure affecting the exitway requirements; nor shall ordinary repairs include addition to, alteration of, replacement or relocation of any standard pipe, water supply, sewer, drainage, drain leader, gas, soil, waste, vent or similar piping, electrical wiring, or mechanical or other work affecting public health, safety, and welfare, and shall comply with the rules and regulations or ordinances of the municipality as to the procurement of a permit for the aforementioned repairs.

    WHY DO I NEED A PERMIT?
    The purpose of a permit is to safeguard life, or limb, health, and public welfare and to protect property.

    HOW DO I APPLY FOR A PERMIT?
    1. a ). Submit a completed permit application form, signed by the property owner or *authorized agent.
    2. all permit forms are available at the building officials office. Applications for a permit made by party other than the owner must be accompanied with a letter, contract, etc. signed by the owner authorizing applicant as their agent.
    3. b). When applicable, permit application forms for plumbing, mechanical and electrical work, signed by a properly licensed craftsman or owner occupant of property.
    4. c). Submit a site plan showing the location of the building on the lot with setbacks to all property boundaries septic system, water line and other structures located on the property.
    5. d). Submit 3 copies of construction plans drawn to scale, including elevations, floor plans, cross section with typical frame details, foundation, plumbing, electrical and smoke
    6. detector locations.
    7. e). When applicable, submit originals of all approvals from federal, state or local government agencies such as Army Corp of Engineers, DOT, ISDS, CRMC, Wetlands, HDC (Historic District Commission) etc.
    8. f). When applicable, submit a stamped flood elevation certificate.

    COMMERCIAL, NEW CONSTRUCTION OR SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENT
    Requirements are same as stated above with the following exceptions: All plans and supporting data shall be stamped by a Rhode Island registered Architect and or Engineer.

    ALL OTHER RENOVATIONS OR CHANGE OF USE:
    a). Pertinent permit applications shall be completed and submitted with supporting plans and data as maybe required by the Building Official.
    b). Change of use and occupancy may require obtaining pertinent permits, the submission of additional supporting data and approval by appropriate local, state and federal boards and agencies prior to the change of use and occupancy.

    PROCEDURES
    Work shall not commence without first obtaining an approved permit. A late filing fee will be assessed for work that begins prior to the issuance of permits. When in doubt if a permit is required please call (401) 294-3331 ext. 301 or 302.

    PERMIT REVIEW PROCESS
    Completed building permit applications and supporting data for new construction and substantial improvements are circulated to the appropriate municipal departments for review and comment to determine if the proposed project is in compliance with federal, state and local ordinances and laws.
    There shall be no amendments or revisions to the approved plans or scope of work specified on the permit application until proposed amendments or revisions have been filed with the approval of the Building Official.

    FOLLOWING ISSUANCE OF THE PERMIT:
    POST PERMIT CARD: The permit card shall be posted on site and be visible from the street throughout the project. The permit card is the only field record of inspections, and is required to be returned to the Building Official prior to issuance of a Certificate of Use and Occupancy.
    APPROVED PLANS: One set of approved plans, including site plan, shall remain at the work site throughout the project.
    SITE IDENTIFICATION: All sites require proper street numbering or appropriate signage that identify the project location.
    PROPERTY BOUNDARIES: All property boundaries shall be clearly marked prior to beginning work involving additions or expansion of a structure. Note: failure to comply with the aforementioned reference requirements may result in the denial of inspections services and the assessment of additional re-inspections fees.
    PERMIT EXPIRATION: A permit shall become invalid except for reasonable cause, unless work authorized shall have been started with six (6) months after its issuance unless an extension, not to exceed ninety (90) days, has been applied for and granted in writing by the Building Official.
    INSPECTIONS: The following inspections are required and must be scheduled with the Building Official's Office, (401) 294-3331 ext. 301/303, at least 24 hours in advance: Note: structural inspections are conducted Monday through Friday. Plumbing, Mechanical and Electoral inspections are conducted on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, only
    FOUNDATIONS AN FOOTINGS: All excavation and form work is to be complete prior to inspections. No concrete shall be placed without approval of the Building Official.
    FOUNDATION DRAINS, DAMP-PROOFING, INSULATION: The Building Officials Office shall inspect the foundation, following the removal of forms, to check required foundation openings, damp-proofing and or insulation, anchor bolts and drainage system, when required. No back-filling shall completed without approval of the Building Official.
    FRAMING: Rough: Prior to installation of insulation.
    FIREPLACE, CHIMNEY: A separate building permit for the construction/installation of all zero-clearance fireplaces, masonry chimneys and fireplace is required. The purpose of this procedure is to assure that each masonry chimney and solid fuel burning appliance/fireplace is constructed/installed in compliance with all applicable codes. Interior fireplace, chimney rough inspection; reguired prior to installation of insulation or interior wall cover and following the completion of construction/installation through all floors and ceilings, prior to roof penetration.
    Exterior fireplace, chimney rough inspection; Required following the completion of smoke chamber construction, prior to chimney construction/installation or cover.
    Final Fireplace, chimney inspection: required upon completion. INSULATION: Prior to installation of dry wall.
    ELECTRICAL: Rough, prior to installation of insulation.
    PLUMBING: Rough, prior to installation of insulation.
    MECHANICAL: Rough, prior to installation of insulation.
    FINAL OR CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY (C.O.): Following the completion of all work indicated on the building permit and approved plans and following the completion of all required inspections, prior to occupancy. Note: house numbers shall be permanently affixed on the property prior to the C.O. inspection. All plumbing, mechanical and electrical equipment/systems shall be in operational condition with all utility services and connections completed prior to scheduling final inspections.

    FIRE DEPARTMENT: The applicant is responsible for scheduling all Fire Marshall inspections, 24 hours in advance at (401) 294-3346. The Fire Marshall shall inspect the installation of all fire protection equipment prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy.

    WHAT IS THE COST OF A PERMIT?
    See fee schedule at the Building Officials Office or call for copy at (401) 294-3331 ext. 301/302.

    HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET A PERMIT?
    It depends on the complexities of the proposed project. Permits for sheds, pools, minor renovations, etc. are usually issued within 2 to 3 days following the submission of the application and in many cases the permit is issued upon receipt of the application. A permit for a new home, commercial and more complex projects may require 10 to 14 days to process.

    DO I NEED TO BE A REGISTERED OR LICENSED CONTRACTOR TO DO WORK ON MY OWN DWELLING?
    No, not if you intend to reside therein for a period of one year or more. Reference BOCA 23-27.3-113.3.1; Contractor's Registration Law, Title 5, Chapter 65;

    WHAT CODE DO I FOLLOW IN NORTH KINGSTOWN?
    All thirty-nine communities in the State of Rhode Island are governed by and administer the same Building Codes. The 1995 edition of the CABO (Council of American Building Officials) ONE AND TWO FAMILY DWELLING CODE governs, as the name implies, the construction and renovation of one and two family dwellings. The 1996 edition of the BOCA (Building Officials & Code Administrators International) governs the administration of both codes and the construction and renovation of all other structures not covered by CABO.

    WHAT DO I DO IF I FEEL THAT I CAN NOT COMPLY WITH BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS?
    Consult with the Building Official to determine the extent of the relief necessary. Following that determination you may file an appeal with the North Kingstown Building Code Board of Appeal. The Board will meet the first Wednesday of each month to hear appeals of the State Building Code and the Rhode Island Housing Maintenance and Occupancy Code. Applications are available in the Building Official's Office.

    HOW DO I SCHEDULE AN INSPECTION?
    Contact the Building Official's Office at 55 Brown Street, telephone (401) 294-3331, ext. 301 & 303 at least twenty-four hours before the requested inspection. Structural inspections/building inspections may be scheduled Monday through Friday. Electrical, Plumbing & Mechanical inspections are ONLY scheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

    WHERE CAN I FIND...?
    Information about my septic system? The Building Official's Office and RI, DEM, ISDS Division, telephone (401) 222-2306

    The permit history for property? The Building Official's Office Information about permitted uses, zoning, set-backs, etc? The Planning Department, telephone (401) 294-3331, ext. 311.

    Information about the change of use and or tenancy of an existing building? The Building Official's Office, telephone (401)294-3331, ext. 301 & 302, the Fire Marshall's Office, telephone (401) 294-3346, ext. 208, and the Planning Department, (401) 294-3331, ext. 311..

    Information about locating a new business in town? The Planning Department, telephone (401) 294-3331, ext. 311, the Building Official's Office, telephone (401) 294-3331, ext. 301 & 303, the Fire Marshall's Office, telephone (401) 294-3346, ext. 208, the Town Clerk's Office, telephone (401) 294-3331, ext. 120.

    Fire Safety

    HOW DO I GET TO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES?
    The Fire Department administrative offices are located at 8150 Post Road (Route 1). We are located in the Public Safety Building, just south of the RI State Police Wickford Barracks. Enter the parking lot via the south entrance, and drive around to the rear of the complex. The NKFD Administrative offices are on the ground floor, roughly in the center of the complex. The door is marked. Regular office hours are weekdays from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM.

    HOW DOES 911 WORK?
    When a person calls 911 for help, the call is routed through the E911 headquarters in Providence. The call is answered "police, fire or rescue". The operator confirms the location of the emergency and stays on the line while the call is transferred to the appropriate emergency service.
    Rhode Island uses an enhanced 911 (E911) system which offers additional benefits. The call is automatically tracked, with the name and address of the caller appearing on the computer screen in 911Headquarters. The operator is able to summon assistance to the calling address, even if the caller hangs up the telephone without saying anything. For a hang-up, the operator will make a confirmation call to the calling party while transferring the call to the appropriate police department.
    There are two things that you can do to make this system work properly. First, be sure that you are using the correct house number. This can be verified by calling the North Kingstown 911 Coordinator (Tax Assessor) at (401) 294-3331. Second, it is critical that your correct 911 address be clearly visible from the street so that emergency responders can locate your address quickly. If you post the number on your mailbox, be sure that it appears on BOTH sides. Use contrasting colors to improve visibility of your numbers. Avoid the use of script numerals.

    HOW CAN I REPORT A FIRE OR EMERGENCY?
    Report a fire or emergency by calling 911.
    A second emergency phone number for the Fire Department is (401) 294-3344.

    HOW MANY SMOKE DETECTORS DO I NEED IN MY HOUSE?
    Every house should have at least one smoke detector on each level. A detector is needed for each sleeping area. In addition, a detector should be placed inside each bedroom. The actual Fire Code requirements, based on the year your house was built, are found in the Services section.

  • Smoke detectors have a useful life of only ten years or less. If your detectors are prone to frequent "false alarms" or are approaching ten years...REPLACE THEM ALL!!!
  • Smoke detector batteries should be changed twice a year. When you change your clocks...change you smoke detector batteries.
  • If you have hard-wired detectors and replace a detector, be sure they are still interconnected.
    When one sounds, they all sound. Replace detectors with compatible replacements.

    WHAT KIND OF FIRE EXTINGUISHER SHOULD I BUY?

  • Every house should have a working fire extinguisher. Most households would be well served with a multi-purpose ABC dry-chemical fire extinguisher. Every extinguisher is identified by symbols, indicating the type of fires they can extinguish. Be sure that all three symbols are there. Read the instructions regarding the size of the extinguisher, and be sure it is not too large to handle comfortably. A common size extinguisher for homes is rated (2A:10B:C).
  • Extinguishers should be installed above the reach of children, away from sources of heat, and near an escape route.
  • Read the instructions regarding how to operate your extinguisher BEFORE you need it!
  • Always call the fire department FIRST, then attempt to extinguish the fire.
  • Keep your back to an unobstructed exit, and stand six to eight feet away from the fire.
  • To operate most extinguishers, remember PASS:
    P Pull the pin.
    A Aim low at the BASE of the fire.
    S Squeeze the lever (or button).
    S Sweep from side to side.
  • Move carefully toward the fire.
  • Keep the extinguisher aimed at the base of the fire.
  • Beware of re-ignition.

    DO I NEED A FIRE INSPECTION?
    The Fire Department will conduct a Residential Fire Safety inspection upon the request of an owner or occupant. Call 294-3346 to schedule an inspection. Commercial occupancies are inspected for a number of reasons:

  • Change of tenancy, or the re-occupancy of an existing building.
  • New buildings and additions.
  • License-holders (liquor, victualling, education, daycare, body shops).
  • Reports of Fire Code violations.
  • Targeted risks (places of assembly, hazardous materials)

    SHOULD I HAVE A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR?
    All fuel-burning equipment produces carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a tasteless, colorless, and odorless poisonous gas. Normally, the gas from the combustion process is vented safely up a chimney or flue pipe, but there are times when the gas can enter your home. Some common ways that carbon monoxide can enter your home are as follows:

  • Fireplaces and woodstoves with obstructed flues or down-draft conditions.
  • Attached garages with vehicles running.
  • Furnaces, water heaters, stoves, and gas-fired clothes dryers which are not properly vented.
  • Space heaters fueled by gas, propane, or kerosene.
    If any of these conditions could apply, you should have a carbon monoxide detector installed in your home. Follow the manufacturer instructions regarding proper placement.
    If your carbon monoxide alarm sounds, call 911. If anyone is feeling ill, complains of a headache, or has "flu-like" symptoms, evacuate the house IMMEDIATELY. The Fire Department has detection instruments that can assist you should your carbon monoxide alarm sound.

    HOW CAN I REQUEST A FIRE SAFETY PRESENTATION?
    The Fire Department offers fire safety presentations to schools, civic groups, and businesses upon request. Call (401) 294-3346 for more information regarding programs and scheduling.

    CAN I LISTEN TO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT ON MY SCANNER?
    The North Kingstown Fire Department operates on a frequency of 154.235 MHz.

    SHOULD I REPORT A SMALL FIRE, EVEN IF IT'S ALREADY OUT?
    YES! RI General Law requires that ALL fires be reported to the Fire Department. This law exists for some good reasons:

  • The fire may appear "out" but can re-ignite, or may be burning inside a wall or underground.
  • The fire may have been set by an arsonist. ALL fires are investigated by the Fire Departmentto determine the origin and cause.
  • A child who is caught lighting a fire has often lit many others and should receive a professional screening and education program.
    But it was only kids.........!
    Some of the statistics regarding children and fire are staggering. Child fire deaths represent 23% of all fire deaths nationally. Of every 100 people who die in fires, 24 are killed because of children playing with fire. Of every 100 people who die in child-set fires, 85 are children. Ninety percent of these child fire deaths occur in homes without working smoke detectors. In the first six months of 1995, referrals to Rhode Island Family Court for arson had increased 76.5 percent over a similar period last year. A child who is caught lighting a fire has often lit many others and should receive a professional screening and education program.

    WHAT IS THE ISO RATING FOR THE TOWN OF NORTH KINGSTOWN?
    The Town of North Kingstown has an ISO rating of 4.

    DO I NEED A BURNING PERMIT?
    The regulation of open fires is governed by Town Ordinance.

    WHAT CAN I DO TO KEEP MY BUSINESS FIRE SAFE?
    Review the fire-safe business check sheet and follow the recommendations.


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