Is outdoor burning allowed in Williamson County?

Yes. Outdoor burning in unincorporated Williamson County in general, is legal, if there are no local jurisdiction regulations that prohibit outdoor burning or burn ban restrictions.

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1. Is outdoor burning allowed in Williamson County?
2. I have burned trash in my burn barrel for many years. Is it illegal?
3. Can I burn trees, brush, grass, leaves, branch trimmings and other plant growth?
4. I just cleared some private land and have some brush piles to get rid of. Can I burn them?
5. Is it legal to use a fire pit?
6. I am clearing land for a commercial development and need to burn. What do I do?
7. I tore down an old building or shed or replaced my wooden fence. Can I burn these items?
8. I am a farmer and I need to burn my cropland as part of my land management. Can I burn it?
9. Can I burn my waste, trees, brush, grass, leaves, branch trimmings and other plant growth that is generated from my property only if there is no burn ban?
10. I live in an area with trash pickup and I have a neighbor who continues to burn when they are not allowed. What can I do?
11. My outdoor burning situation is not listed and is not in the guide booklet. Who can I ask for assistance with the regulations?
12. How can I call in a control burn?