Permits are required for open burning. Get your permit here!

2021 Open Burning Permit Season is over

Open Burning season is over for 2021, and burning is no longer allowed. Permit applications for the 2022 season will open here January 1, 2022. Open Burning is allowed in Massachusetts from January 15 to May 1.

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Your Fire Chief

Chief Timothy M. Harhen is a 29 year veteran of the East Bridgewater Fire Department, and began his career in the summer of 1990.

Safe Burning Tips

Learn more about outdoor burning safety, from fire pits to brush and forestry debris.

FAQs and Laws

Find answers to your questions about this website, as well information about laws related to open burning and other fire permits.

ready to burn?

If you’re burning in East Bridgewater you will need to activate your permit on the day of your burn.

Activate your burn permit by logging into your account.

East Bridgewater Fire Department News

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Chief Timothy Harhen and the East Bridgewater Fire Department urge all residents to “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety” and… Read more
In recognition of National Preparedness Month — observed each September to raise awareness of the importance of preparing for disasters… Read more
Police Chief Paul O’Brien and Fire Chief Timothy Harhen would like to invite the public to attend the Town’s annual… Read more