Fire Disaster Information

Fire Season in California typically begins in May and extends up to the month of November. The Department of Public Health urges Californians to be extremely cautious, especially during Fire Season. It's important that all Fresno County residents and visitors take steps to prevent fires, especially wildfires. Take steps to prepare for wildfire.

Office of Emergency Services
1221 Fulton Street, Fifth Floor
P O Box 11867, Fresno CA 93775-1867
Phone:(559) 600-4065
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

California Statewide Fire Map!

This map provides general locations of major fires burning in California. The fire locations are approximates. Some of the fires on the map are not in the jurisdiction of CAL FIRE and are under the command of another local or federal fire agency.

Click on the Map above to view the interactive California Fire Map.


Click on the InciWeb image below for additional Fire Incident Information



Inci Web Incident Information System




Fire Disaster Preparedness


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Disaster Preparedness for Pet Owners

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Fire Disaster Response (Downloadable Documents)


   Wildfire Evaculation Guide        Prepare for Wildfire Poster Version 2 Picture


Prepare for Wildfire Poster Version 1 Picture         Evacuation Information Flyer Picture


 Information on Home Fire Recovery and Wildfire Recovery


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Department of Public Health - Environmental Health - After a Fire Disaster


After a Fire Disaster


Drinking Water Emergency Disinfection Procedures

Fire Debris Management

Food Safety After a Fire Information

Health Advisory: Ash and Burn Debris Clean-Up and Removal

Private Wells After the Fire Brochure

Well Disinfection Procedures

Wildfire Smoke: Do you know what to do?