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No Burn Days on Federal Holidays

Updated January 2, 2014

The Placer County Air Pollution Control District has established a policy to make the following federal holidays during the Burn Season "No Burn Days," in accordance with the burn rules in District Regulation 3.

Many family activities take place on holidays. Smoke and odors from burning on these days could potentially have a negative effect on those observing the holiday at home. For that reason, and in the best interest of the public, the following holidays, including those that fall on a weekend and are observed on a Monday or Friday, will be "No Burn Days" in Placer County.

  • January 1st - New Year's Day

  • January 20th - Martin Luther King, Jr. - Third Monday in January (Observed)

  • February 17th - President's Day - Third Monday in February (Observed)

  • May 26th - Memorial Day - Last Monday in May (Observed)

  • July 4th - Independence Day

  • September 1st - Labor Day - First Monday in September (Observed)

  • October 13th - Columbus Day - 2nd Monday in October (Observed)

  • November 11th - Veteran's Day - 2nd Monday in November (Observed)

  • November 27th - Thanksgiving Day - Fourth Thursday in November

  • December 25th - Christmas Day