State Emergency Information – response.ca.gov
General Wildfire Information
For the latest fire information in San Bernardino County, visit www.sbcfire.org
For the latest fire information in Riverside County, visit www.rvcfire.org/incidentinformation
For the latest fire information in Los Angeles County, visit www.lafd.org/alerts
For the latest information on fire conditions in California, visit CAL FIRE’s website at www.fire.ca.gov.
For updates from InciWeb, the national incident information system for wildfires and all-hazard incidents, visit the website at https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/.
Ready -- Set -- Go
Is your home fire-safe? Hardening your home is an important first step. There are many simple and inexpensive things you can do to lower your risk of a fire.
- Create 100 feet of defensible space around your home. Remove dry and/or dead vegetation from around your home.
- Remove piles of lumber and debris to allow better firefighter access and lessen fire damage.
- Remove dead leaves and needles from your roof and gutters.
- Review your insurance policies and take photos on your smartphone or video camera to document your belongings. Keep the video/photos outside the home.
- Create a Wildfire Action Plan that ensures all members of your family understand, especially in more rural areas.
- Put together an emergency supply kit. Include batteries, flashlights, prescriptions, water, and more.
- Have a family communication plan. All members of your family should know where to go if your family is evacuated.
- When you are asked to evacuate – don’t hesitate. Your life and the lives of first responders are put at greater risk when evacuation instructions are not followed.
Find more wildfire preparedness information go to http://www.readyforwildfire.org.
During a wildfire, it may become difficult to get the information you need. To help prepare, here are some other links you may want to know:
- If you do not have a land line phone and only use a cell phone, add your cell phone to the reverse 911 dial program in your county. In an emergency, you will receive evacuation notices and instructions on your cell phone.
To register your phone in San Bernardino, click here.
To register your phone in Riverside County, click here.
To register your phone in Los Angeles County, click here.
- Call 2-1-1 to learn about community, health, and disaster services. 2-1-1 is a free 24/7 phone service (Call 9-1-1 only in situations when immediate assistance is needed to respond to an emergency).
- CAL FIRE (the state’s fire department)
- California Office of Emergency Services
- Caltrans (check local road conditions)
- California Department of Insurance
- San Bernardino County Fire Department
- San Bernardino County Emergency Preparedness Site
- Riverside County Fire Department
- Riverside County Emergency Site
- Los Angeles County Fire Department
- Los Angeles County Emergency Site