Last modified on Jan 21, 2011
Every year CAL FIRE bases its staffing levels off weather conditions and fire activity. When Units are in Summer Preparedness it means all fire stations are open 24 hours per day, seasonal firefighters have been hired, and the potential for wildfires is much greater. 

2007 Fire Season
(Summer Preparedness and Winter Preparedness)

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Northern:

Unit Name Summer Preparedness Winter Preparedness
Sonoma-Lake-Napa  June 4, 2007  October 22, 2007 
Mendocino  June 11, 2007  October 12, 2007 
Santa Clara  May 14, 2007  October 22, 2007 
San Mateo-Santa Cruz  June 11, 2007  October 15, 2007 
Humboldt-Del Norte  June 18, 2007  October 12, 2007 
Tehama-Glenn  June 4, 2007  October 15, 2007 
Shasta-Trinity  June 4, 2007  October 15, 2007 
Lassen-Modoc  June 4, 2007  October 15, 2007 
Siskiyou  June 4, 2007  October 15, 2007 
Butte  June 4, 2007  October 15, 2007 
Amador-El Dorado (Now part of the Northern Region)  May 14, 2007  November 15, 2007 
Nevada-Yuba-Placer  May 14, 2007  October 22, 2007 

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Southern:

Unit Name Summer Preparedness Winter Preparedness
Madera-Mariposa-Merced  May 14, 2007  December 8, 2008 
San Diego  Open year round   
San Bernardino  Open year round   
San Luis Obispo  May 14, 2007  December 8, 2008 
Riverside  Open year round   
Tulare  May 14, 2007  December 8, 2008 
San Benito-Monterey  May 14, 2007  December 8, 2008 
Fresno-Kings  May 14, 2007  December 8, 2008 
Tuolumne-Calaveras  May 14, 2007  December 8, 2008 

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