Mendocino Cal Fire Declares Beginning of Fire Season

Press release from Cal Fire:

Due to current dry weather conditions and increased flammability of forest fuels and grasses, Fire Season is declared in Mendocino County as of 12:01 am on Monday, May 29, 2017

Those areas where the Declaration of Fire Season is initiated by this Declaration are :

ALL STATE RESPONSIBILITY AREA LANDS WITHIN THE COUNTY OF MENDOCINO.

This declaration implements the fire prevention requirements of the Public Resources Code, sections 4292 to 4296.

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6 comments

  • So I can still have burn piles on my land in the early morning with a valid permit still?

  • Not a lot of info here and not sure what it means…Does this mean I now need a burn permit from CDF to burn a small slash pile? Or is it now NO BURNING at all? Or can I still sneak in a small one at night where they won’t see the smoke? I’m sorry- I hit that link but I don’t have an hour to read all the legalese and extra extra info…

  • Nvm no more bon fires:(

  • Be prepared,be safe!!🔥

  • You can burn 4’x4′ door yard piles with a cal fire permit on burn days until burning is suspended. Call your local Cal Fire Station for a free permit. Call first to see if anyone is there.

  • Cooking, warming and ceremonial/religious fires, within reason are always allowed!

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