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Wildfire Resources

The North State is all too familiar with California’s annual wildfire season. Wildfires are unpredictable, and capable of devastating entire communities, forcing many to start over. Many North State residents have experienced this first hand. Assemblywoman Dahle is aware of the worries and stresses that come from residents of a very wildfire-prone community. She is working hard at ensuring the safety for the people in her district, attending to as many concerns as possible. This website contains resources to provide you with the information to prepare for unexpecting disasters, visually see where current fires are located, and help minimize your worries.

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Wildfire Impact Survey

Are you prepared for wildfire season? Your involvement in state government can influence the future of California. Please use this survey to share your thoughts on a critical issue. Your opinion can shape the policies that benefit you, your family, and your community.


The Department of Forestry and Fire Protection serves and safeguards the people and protects the property and resources of California. They provide information on current and past wildfire incidents, their impact on California’s land, how to prepare, and how you can join their team. They are committed to serve your community, protecting it the best they can.

Ready, Set, Go!

Wildfires and evacuation notices are almost never expected. It’s vital to create a defensible space, harden your home, and to create a plan. When disaster strikes, you want to be prepared. Get prepared for wildfire before it strikes by following Ready, Set, Go!


National Forests

District one contains six national forests that range from the Oregon border to the peaks of the Sierra Mountains. With about six million acres of land total, there is much to explore in these parks. Campsites along with cabin reservations can be made through these sites. Helpful maps can be located and wildfire strategies can be found as well.