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​No persons may burn any man-made materials, compost, animal droppings or dead animals. Open burning may be suspended on certain days during the burning season because of high fire danger or poor smoke dispersion due to atmospheric conditions as decreed by the state air quality bureau. No fire may be set when wind or other conditions make it hazardous to burn, and enough help and firefighting equipment must be at the site to keep a fire under control.

This restriction does not prohibit barbeque pits which are contained and enclosed yard/patio fire pits which are used for cooking and relaxation; provided, however, that no person shall burn debris or structural materials in such pits.

The Town of Stevensville has contracted with Land Solutions & PCI to update the Town's growth Policy. To learn more about the growth policy update visit 

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The Town of Stevensville is seeking qualified applicants to fill multiple community board vacancies.  The following Boards have vacancies that need filled: Planning & Zoning, and the Tree Board. Further information is available HERE on our open positions page.
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​Growth Policy Update

​​Residential burning. Persons are allowed to set and maintain small fires for the sole purpose of individual burning of garden and yard debris during the periods from March 1 to April 30, and from October 1 to October 31. Such fires may be started during the hours from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Such fires shall not be set after 2:00 p.m. and the fires must be extinguished and not allowed to smolder past 5:30 p.m. The term "yard debris" does not include structural materials and building materials, or scraps therefrom.

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