Regulations cover Box Elder, Cache, Davis, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, and Weber Counties and include fireplaces and wood, pellet, and coal burning stoves.
Prohibited on No Burn Days
- Wood Fireplaces
- Wood Stoves (both EPA certified and non-certified)
- Pellet Stoves
- Coal Burning Stoves
Acceptable on No Burn Days
- Natural Gas Appliances and Propane Stoves
Burn Action Level
- Unrestricted Action: Wood, pellet and coal burning stoves and fireplaces may be used but please use them in a proper manner to reduce smoke emissions.
- Voluntary Action: Voluntarily do not use wood, pellet, coal burning stoves or fireplaces.
- Mandatory Action: Wood, pellet and coal burning stoves or fireplaces are prohibited.
The three action levels affect all residents living in the following areas:
- All regions of Salt Lake and Davis counties.
- All portions of the Cache Valley.
- All regions in Weber and Utah counties west of the Wasatch mountain range.
- In Box Elder County, from the Wasatch mountain range west to the Promontory mountain range and south of Portage.
- In Tooele County, from the northernmost part of the Oquirrh mountain range to the northern most part of the Stansbury mountain range and north of Route 199.