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 4/24/2009 Be Prepared- Fire Welcome to the CAL FIRE Fire and Resource Assessment Program
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection's Fire and Resource Assessment Program (FRAP) provides a variety of products including the Forest and Range Assessment, a detailed report on California’s forests and rangelands. FRAP provides extensive technical and public information for statewide fire threat, fire hazard, watersheds, socio-economic conditions, environmental indicators, and forest-related climate change. Much of this information involves Geographic Information System (GIS) analysis, tables, maps, data and calculation tools that are available on this website.
 10/26/2007 Be Prepared- Fire
Emergency Information
Wildfire Zone
UC Cooperative Extension, with special funding from the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, developed a site that creates awareness of wildfire risks and hazards and offers tips on how to reduce them: Lots of links.
 4/18/2005 Be Prepared- Fire
Disaster Preparedness
Are you prepared? Fire
If your smoke detector goes off or if there is a fire: What to do...
 12/26/2003 ARES/RACES Groups
Be Prepared- Fire
Hams support firefighting
As wind-driven fires continue to burn in California, Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) and Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) teams have activated to assist local authorities and relief organizations.
 12/22/2003 Be Prepared- Fire Yolo County OES - Be Fire Smart!
If your home should catch on fire, do you know what to do? How can you make your home less likely to catch fire? Here are some good tips to keep in mind.
 12/16/2003 Be Prepared- Fire FEMA: Fact Sheet: Wildland Fires
Fact Sheet: Wildland Fires
The threat of wildland fires for people living near wildland areas or using recreational facilities in wilderness areas is real. Advance planning and knowing how to protect buildings in these areas can lessen the devastation of a wildland fire.
 12/16/2003 Be Prepared- Fire FEMA: Backgrounder: Wildland Fires
Information on Wildland Fires.
 12/9/2003 Be Prepared- Fire UCD Fire Department
 12/9/2003 Be Prepared- Fire City of Davis- Fire Department
(530) 757-5684
(530) 757-5685 FAX
 12/9/2003 Be Prepared- Fire City of Woodland, California Fire Department
532 Court Street
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone: (530) 661-5860
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