Across the MIA, the bushfire danger period begins on October 1.
The statutory danger period runs until March and will mean that fire permits are required from the NSW Rural Fire Service.
The danger period coincides with hotter and drier conditions becoming more regular leading into summer, which means fires are more likely to start and spread quickly.
RFS MIA District Superintendent Kevin Adams has suggested if landholders have timber to be disposed of it's done before October 1.
"There is a requirement for a mineral earth fire break surrounding any timber, and the NSW RFS Standards for Pile Burning must be adhered to," Superintendent Adams said.
"Landholders are also reminded that it is their responsibility to notify neighbours and the Fire Control Centre prior to lighting, monitor the weather conditions and only light up if it is safe.
"Let your neighbours know of your intentions, don't light up if you know smoke is going to blow onto their property or over a road, have a water source available and supervise the fire until it's extinguished."
The MIA District is also encouraging landholders to begin preparing their properties ahead of summer with 'Get Ready Weekend' kicking off across NSW on September 19.
Landholders and residents are urged to move firewood piles away from buildings, clean out gutters and keep lawns tidy.
MIA District will be holding their 'Get Ready Weekend' event at Neighbourhood House in Griffith on Thursday October 5 from 11am to 2pm.