This section contains the public documents related to Burning Man Project, including the Burning Man Project Bylaws and the BLM Event Stipulations for Black Rock City.
Download the Burning Man Project Restated Bylaws, a California Public Benefit Corporation, which were unanimously adopted December 9, 2013.
Burning Man Project Environmental Sustainability
Burning Man Project Annual Reports
- 2020 Dispatch
- 2019 Annual Report | PDF
- 2018 Annual Report | PDF
- 2017 Annual Report | PDF
- 2016 Annual Report | PDF
- 2015 Annual Report | PDF
- 2014 Annual Report | PDF
Burning Man Project Form 990
The Form 990 is an IRS tax form that provides the public with financial information about a nonprofit organization. Essentially, it is the organization’s annual tax return. It is also used by government agencies to prevent organizations from abusing their tax-exempt status. Over time, our 990s will tell the story of where we’ve gone and what we’ve accomplished as an organization. This is one of the primary ways we provide financial information about our organization, and one of the biggest ways Burning Man’s operations are more transparent as a nonprofit.
- 2019 Form 990
- 2018 Form 990
- 2017 Form 990
- 2016 Form 990
- 2015 Form 990
- 2014 Form 990
- 2013 Form 990
- 2012 Form 990
BLM Stipulations for Black Rock City
As is their standard permitting procedure, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), who provides the permit for Black Rock LLC to hold the annual Burning Man Event in the Black Rock Desert, sets out a series of permit stipulations. One of those states: “The permittee shall post a copy of the Special Recreation Permit (Form 2930-1) … on the Burning Man website…”
On July 3, 2019, the Bureau of Land Management issued a temporary closure order and restrictions for the 2019 event. Below are the relevant documents that BRC LLC is making available publicly.