BE PREPARED by maintaining a Defensible Space around your home!

Pile Burning Guidelines
Always check with your local Fire Department prior to burning
to determine whether a permit is required.

You may call the
Monterey Bay Unified Air Pollution Control District
1-800-225-2876 to confirm burn day status.



Community Wildfire
rotection Plan

of Santa Cruz
and San Mateo Counties

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Living with Fire
Remove flammable vegetation 100 feet from structures
Clear all needles and leaves from roofs, eaves, gutters
Trim branches six feet from the ground
Remove branches 10 feet from all chimneys
Landscape with fire resistant plants
Make sure your address is visible from the street
Use trimming, mowing and power equipment before
10 am and after 6 pm, not in the heat of the day


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Bonny Doon Forest Health Documents
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Forest Pathologist's Report for December 2010
Forest Health Map
#30: Identifying Dead/Dying Conifers
#13: Western Pine Beetle
#3: Managing Beetles in Firewood
#6: Annosus Root Disease
#9: Red Turpentine Beetle
#16: Madrone Canker
#22: Western Gall Rust
#28: Pine Engraver Beetles


Living with Fire, San Mateo County Version

Fire Safe Chipper Brochure, San Mateo County

2016 Soquel Demo State Forest Fall Newsletter

2015 Soquel Demo State Forest Winter Newsletter






















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