You can burn only natural vegetation if you have a burning permit. Burning permits may be obtained online.
No, Leland Fire/Rescue does not fill swimming pools.
All fire hydrants are managed and maintained by H2GO. You can contact them at (910) 371-9949, or at (910) 367-1537 for after-hours water emergencies.
You can call (910) 371-2727 or email Administrative Coordinator Beth Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, fire pits are allowed in the Town of Leland as long as they are 25 feet away from any structure or combustible material. We recommend never leaving the fire unattended and having a method for extinguishment, such as a fire extinguisher or water hose, available for immediate use.
Leland Fire/Rescue does not accept old fire extinguishers. You can contact the Brunswick County Convenience Center at (910) 371-9471.
Yes, land clearing debris can be burned as long as they have a burning permit, are 500 feet from an occupied dwelling not located on the property, and 250 feet from a public right-of-way. If you have questions about open burning, visit the NC Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) website.