Last modified on Jul 22, 2018

California Fire Plan

The California Fire Plan is the state's road map for reducing the risk of wildfire. The Fire Plan is a cooperative effort between the State Board of Forestry and Fire Protection and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. By placing the emphasis on what needs to be done long before a fire starts, the Fire Plan looks to reduce fire fighting costs and property losses, increase firefighter safety, and to contribute to ecosystem health.

The current plan was finalized in early 2010.

March 2010 California Fire Plan (Current)


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Contact Information

Name Title Number
Dave ShewStaff Chief, Planning Risk Analysis (916) 324-8922

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