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Christmas Tree and Holiday Decorations Fire Safety

The holiday season festivities bring an increased excitement about adorning homes with traditional decorations, but as beautiful as they are, holiday decorations are an added home fire hazard. CAL FIRE and firefighters across California are asking the public to give their families and themselves the most important holiday gift: a fire safe holiday. More...     Holiday Fire Safety Video

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Safe Home Heating

Home fires often occur during the cold winter months due to dangerous heating equipment or unsafe practices. CAL FIRE offers some important safety tips to help keep your home safe and warm this winter. More...

Safe Home Heating Video   Carbon Monoxide Danger Video

Record 129 million Dead Trees in California

The U.S. Forest Service today announced that an additional 27 million trees, mostly conifers, died throughout California since November 2016, bringing the total number of trees that have died due to drought and bark beetles to an historic 129 million on 8.9 million acres. The dead trees continue to pose a hazard to people and critical infrastructure, mostly centered in the central and southern Sierra Nevada region of the state. More...

Bark Beetle Video   Tree Mortality News Release

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Candle Fire Safety

Candles are beautiful, popular, and aromatic; but they can also be very dangerous and a cause of home fires. Consider using flameless candles as part of your home or business decor. They look and smell just like the real thing! More...

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Kidde Recalls Fire Extinguishers with Plastic Handles

On November 2, 2017, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Kidde issued a safety recall regarding Kidde’s Plastic Handle Portable Fire Extinguishers.  The recall involves 134 models of Kidde fire extinguishers manufactured between January 1, 1973, and August 15, 2017. More...   Consumer Product Safety Commission - Recall Number: 18-022

What to do when returning home after a wildfire.

Returning Home After a Wildfire!

Once a wildfire has burned through an area, many dangers may remain. Take precautions when returning home. More...    

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Help Stop The Spread Of Forest Pests - Buy It Where You Burn It!

Firewood can harbor insects and diseases that threaten California's forest resources. Transporting firewood can move these pests to new locations. Learn more about the threats and what you can do. More...

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Debris Burning Safety and Burn Permit Information

Stay informed on the latest on outdoor debris burn permit information. Homeowners should always check with their local CAL FIRE station and local air quality management agency before burning. In many area burn permits may be required. Learn More...   Burn Status

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CAL FIRE Grant Opportunities

CAL FIRE grants are aimed at reducing the threat of large wildfires and meeting Governor Brown's goal of transitioning California to a sustainable, low-carbon emission future. More...

 

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