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Halloween Fire Safety

Halloween is a fun and exciting time of year, but it is also an important time to practice fire and personal safety. The occurrence of fire increases around Halloween due to the use of candles as decorations. Make sure to take some time to insure a fire free Halloween. More...

2014 Halloween Safety News Release

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Outdoor Ban Burn & Burn Permit Information

Due to continued drought conditions most counties still remain under a outdoor burn ban. Some counties in Northern California have received enough rainfall to allow some outdoor burning. Residents should check before they burn. More...

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CAL FIRE Announces Greenhouse Gas Reduction & Fire Prevention Grants

CAL FIRE has announced the release of new Greenhouse Gas Reduction and one-time drought related fire prevention grants. These grants are aimed at reducing the threat of large wildfires and meeting Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.ís goal of transitioning California to a sustainable, low-carbon emission future. More...      Grants Aimed to Improve Carbon Sequestration and Reduce the Threat of Wildfires News Release

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Be ready to Evacuate and GO! - Ready, Set, Go!

Give your household the best chance of surviving a wildfire by being ready to go and evacuating early. Have an Evacuation Plan; know what to take and where to go if a wildfire strikes. More...     Ready, Set, Go! Video

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CAL FIRE Line of Duty Death Dyncorp Pilot Geoffrey "Craig" Hunt

On October 7th, 2014, Dyncorp Pilot Geoffrey "Craig" Hunt was involved in a fatal crash while flying a CAL FIRE S-2T Airtanker over the Dog Rock Fire burning near Yosemite's Arch Rock. More...

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One Less Spark, One Less Wildfire

Over 90% of all wildfires are sparked by people. Whether itís using powered equipment or having a campfire, all Californians and visitors must takes steps to prevent sparking a wildfire. More...

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Dry Conditions Lead to Increased Fire Activity

CAL FIRE has already responded to a significant increase in wildfires this winter due to the extremely dry conditions. More...

Drought Prompts CAL FIRE to Increase Statewide Staffing News Release

Are You doing the right thing, the wrong way - Equipment Use Safety

Are You doing the right thing, the wrong way - Equipment Use Safety

Whether working to create a defensible space around your home, or pulling your dirt bike over to the side of the road, if you live in a wildland area you need to use all equipment responsibly. Lawn mowers, weedeaters, chain saws, grinders, welders, tractors, and trimmers can all spark a wildland fire. Do your part, the right way, to keep your community fire safe. More...

California Fire Agencies Roll Out Online Campfire Permit

As Californians make their Memorial Day weekend and summer vacation plans, CAL FIRE and federal fire agencies want to ensure vacationers obtain necessary campfire permits and learn how to have a campfire safely. More...

Online Campfire Permit

 

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