The City of Bryant has updated their ordinance for burning within the city limits. Bryant residents should read the following document to be sure you stay in compliance.
As of November 1st, 2020, some changes to the current fire ordinance will go into effect. See changes below.
If you live in Bryant on less than 2 acres of land, you can burn during the months of March and April, then again in October and November, Monday through Friday and on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays for these months. If you have more than 2 acres, you can burn January through December with no calendar restrictions.
Recreational fire pits are allowed year-round, with dry wood only. No yard debris (leaves, etc.) and you should follow the size requirements in the ordinance below.
So what do you do with your yard debris? The Street Department’s Yard Waste Program allows residents to submit their requests for pick up at www.cityofbryant.com, then click on the “Report A Concern” link, and the City will pick it up on the following Tuesday at no cost to you.
Approved items for yard waste pickup are shrubs, rootballs with no dirt, branches and trees cut less than 6 feet long, along with leaves and grass trimmings bagged in paper bags. They will NOT pick up treated lumber, treated wood, rocks or synthetic mulch.
You must create a ticket for them to know you have a pickup ready. For more info or questions, call the City of Bryant at 501-943-0999.bryant Ordinance 2020 22 Open Burning_202010151622048560