Oak Run Area:

CAL FIRE will be conducting a prescribed burn operation on Saturday, November
23, 2019 south of Oak Run. The proposed prescribed burn will be conducted on up to 900 acres off Oak Run Road. Residents should expect to see smoke during the burn operations and following days.

The burn will be conducted weather permitting. Burning will start at approximately 8:00 a.m. and should be completed by 5:00 p.m. Crews will remain at scene for the next few days, following the burn operation, as interior fuel consumption and mop up are completed. It is expected that smoke will continue to be visible during this time. The public is encouraged to follow our official social media accounts for any changes or updates https://twitter.com/CALFIRESHU and www.facebook.com/CALFIRE/.

The Prescribed burn will:
 Reduce dead and down fuels, reducing devastating fire risk
 Improve wildlife habitat and grazing areas
 Mitigate noxious and evasive weed species
 Provide live fire training for fire personnel in a controlled manner

Project Description:
 Contact person: Tim Whitehurst (530) 448-2412
 Descriptive Location for burning: South of the community of Oak Run, off Oak Run Road
 Total acreage: Up to 900 acres
 Planned ignition: November 23, 2019
 Duration of ignition: Day only
 Duration of smoke production: 2-3 days
 Estimated direction of smoke travel: winds from South, Southwest throughout the day
 Communities or Smoke Sensitive Areas: Palo Cedro, Oak Run, Millville

Burney Area:

CAL FIRE along with the California Department Parks and Recreation’s Northern
Buttes District will be conducting a prescribed burn operation beginning November 22, 2019, weather permitting, and pile burning during the fall/winter months. The proposed prescribed burn will be conducted along South Clark Creek Road, west of Highway 89, inside McArthur Burney Falls Memorial State Park. Smoke from the burn should be minimal and limited in duration. The piles are located within the main Park and will be burned throughout the fall/winter, weather permitting.

The Prescribed burn will:
 Reduce fuels and improve wildlife habitat
 Restore fire to the habitat
 Regenerate pines and other shade intolerant species
 Provide live fire training for fire personnel in a controlled manner

Project Description:
 Contacts: CAL FIRE: Brian Noel, Battalion Chief (530) 448-2411
California State Parks: Trish Ladd, Environmental Scientist (530) 532-3087
 Descriptive Location for burning: North of the community of Burney along South Clark
Creek Road
 Total acreage: up to 10 acres
 Planned ignition: Friday, November 22, 2019
 Duration of ignition: Day only
 Duration of smoke production: Day only
 Estimated direction of smoke travel: North to North West
 Communities or Smoke Sensitive Areas: Burney, Johnson Park, Cayton

Redding/Igo/Cottonwood Areas:

CAL FIRE will be conducting a prescribed burn operation on Friday, November 22, 2019 at the City of Redding Solid Waste facility in Shasta County. The proposed prescribed burn will be conducted in the area around the West Central Landfill located at 14095 Clear Creek Road. Smoke from the burn should be minimal and limited in duration, however, residents should expect to see smoke during the burn operations.

The burn will be conducted weather permitting. Burning will start at approximately 8:00 a.m. and should be completed by 5:00 p.m. The public is encouraged to follow our official social media accounts for any changes or updates https://twitter.com/CALFIRESHU and
www.facebook.com/CALFIRE/.

The Prescribed burn will:
 Reduce dead and down fuels
 Reduce fire hazard to landfill
 Mitigate noxious and evasive weed species
 Provide live fire training for fire personnel in a controlled manner

Project Description:
 Contact person: Dusty Gyves (530) 448-2419
 Descriptive Location for burning: South of the community of Igo, South of Clear Creek
Road
 Total acreage: Up to 100 acres
 Planned ignition: November 22, 2019
 Duration of ignition: Day only
 Duration of smoke production: Day only
 Estimated direction of smoke travel: winds from North West throughout the day
 Communities or Smoke Sensitive Areas: Igo, Happy Valley, Cottonwood

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