What Not to Burn in Tennessee:
Tires and other rubber products
Vinyl siding and vinyl shingles
Plastics and other synthetic materials
Paper products, cardboard and newspaper
Asphalt shingles, and other asphalt roofing materials and demolition debris
Asbestos-containing materials
Paints, household and agricultural chemicals
Aerosol cans and food cans
Building material and construction debris
Buildings and mobile homes
Coated wire
Household trash
Most vegetation not grown on site

It may be okay to burn leaves, branches, tree limbs, twigs, lawn clippings, woody vegetation, yard trimmings, clean unpainted, uncoated wood or untreated lumber. Check your local and/or other state ordinances. Improper out-door burning can lead to fines up to $25,000.

Calls for Service
Total: 57
Town of Dandridge (City Limits): 12
Jefferson County (DFD District): 45
Mutual Aid
Given: 2
Received: 0
Total Mileage placed on Emergency Equipment: 2,243
Total Man Hours Volunteered: 541.5

October starts DFD used oil drive.

The Dandridge Fire Department needs your help. By donating used motor oil we are able to keep our fire station warm. We ask that you make donations to our used oil storage located at DFD Fire Station 1 located just behind Town and Country Animal Clinic. The storage container is located just as you enter the parking lot to the right and is under a metal car port. Thank you for your donation.

On the lake.