Application for permit to sell consumer fireworks in the City of Eudora shall be in writing on forms provided by the City of Eudora Fire & EMS Department. Completed applications must be received a minimum of 14 days prior to the event. Incomplete applications shall be returned. Approved applications are for the sale of legal 1.4G (consumer fireworks) in the State of Kansas.
Application for a permit to display fireworks in the City of Eudora shall be in writing on the forms provided by the City of Eudora Fire & EMS Department. Completed applications must be received a minimum of three weeks prior to the date of display. Incomplete applications shall be denied.
Open Burning Permit
Permits are required for all open burning. These permits can be obtained at Eudora City Fire Department during normal business hours at 930 Main Street - use the public entrance on the southwest corner of the building. A burn permit can only be obtained by the legal property owner. When burning, the permit must be readily accessible on-site at all times. Once a permit is obtained, the applicant must call the Douglas County Dispatch Center just prior to igniting their fire (785) 843-0250 and view the Rangeland Fire Danger Forecast online via the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office.
- Free of Charge
- No pre-inspection needed, subject to spot checks by Police and Fire Departments
- Good for 3 days from the date of issuance
Commercial / Agricultural/Industrial / Construction Site Fees
- Inspection required by Fire Department prior to burning
- Good for 7 days from the date of issuance
- Can Burn - Leaves, twigs, brush, untreated scrap wood, tree limbs, clippings, and most organic and natural materials.
- Can NOT burn - Shingles, tires, tar paper, household trash, plastics, furniture, or man-made synthetic materials.
Incident Report Request
You may request a copy of fire incident reports, fire investigations, property/occupancy records that include incidents, fire code violations, and the most recent fire inspection. EMS patient reports are confidential and require a signed and notarized medical release or a subpoena to release.