Red Bluff- The Tehama Glenn Unit of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) and the Tehama County Fire Department (TCFD) want to remind everyone that even with the recent rains and cooler temperatures the burn suspension is still in effect and there will be NO residential burning allowed in Tehama County or the State Responsibility Areas
(SRA) within Glenn County until the burn suspension is officially lifted.

Residents are still urged to use caution when doing outdoor activities as fires can still start and spread rapidly, especially on windy days. Historically, some of California’s worst fires have occurred this time of year. Simple actions such as trailer chains dragging, tossed cigarettes, parking your vehicle in dry grass, or leaving hot coals in a campfire can ignite a fire. Remember,
“One Less Spark Means One Less Wildfire”. For more fire safety tips go to www.fire.ca.gov or www.readyforwildfire.org

The official release can be found HERE