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Open Air Burning and Chimineas

Open Air Burning and Chimineas

Open Air Burning is legal in Mississauga; however, everyone must ensure outdoor fires are safe by following the Open Air Burning By-Law 0049-2003, filling out the appropriate permit and paying the applicable fee as outlined in our current MFES Fees and Charges By-law (link is found at the right of this screen).

Chimineas are also legal in Mississauga and no permit is required; however, it must be operated by following the rules and regulations as stated under Manufactured Outdoor Fireplaces in the Open Air Burning By-Law 0049-2003.


Please click on the following link to view our Open Air Burning By-Law 0049-2003

Open Air Burning permits are sold in person only, Monday to Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the following two (2) locations:

1.  Civic Centre:  300 City Centre Dr., Fire Prevention, 2nd floor (905-896-5908)

2.  Headquarters:  15 Fairview Rd. W., 2nd floor (905-615-3777)

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