LIVINGSTON COUNTY BURN BAN LIFTED:
12/08/2017 - From WHMI 93.5 FM:
A burn ban is no longer in effect for Livingston County. The ban was issued jointly by all fire departments across the county earlier this week. Hartland Deerfield Fire Authority Chief Adam Carroll says the open burning ban has since been lifted, effective at noon today.
Although the ban has been lifted and the wind has returned to a normal breeze, Carroll cautions that the dry weather still means there is the risk of fires becoming out of control. He further reminds that residents should follow all open burning permitting and/or requirements of their community and thanked everyone for their cooperation. (JM)
If residents have questions please have them contact the Fire Marshal, Jordan Zernick, at 810-222-1105.
The Hamburg Township Fire Department is a unique professional organization that will safely and effectively respond to emergencies for the protection of life, property and the environment for those who live, work, visit or invest in our community.
Each firefighter shall strive to deliver the highest quality service through training, preparedness, planning, and prevention in order to ensure that our community maintains a high quality of life.
YARD WASTE BURNING
The Fall 2017 Yard Waste Burning Season runs October 1st through November 30th. No yard waste burning is permitted during the winter months. If you have questions, view Hamburg Township Burn Ordinance No. 40E or contact the Fire Marshall, Jordan Zernick, at 810-222-1105.
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Hamburg Township Fire Department
Monday - Friday | 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
10100 Veterans Memorial Drive
P.O. Box 157
Hamburg, Michigan 48139
10100 Veterans Memorial Drive
Whitmore Lake, Michigan 48189
3666 East M-36
Pinckney, Michigan 48169
MARK HOGREBE, Fire Chief
Phone: 810.222.1100 Ext. 103
NICK MILLER, Deputy Chief/Training Officer
Phone: 810.222.1100 Ext. 104
JORDAN ZERNICK, Fire Marshal
Phone: 810.222.1100 Ext. 110
ROCHELLE LA DOUCEUR,Administrative Manager
Phone: 810.222.1100 Ext. 100
Updated December 11, 2017