As of June 1st our office will be reopened to the public. We will be limiting occupancy in our lobby to promote social distancing measures. You may be asked to wait outside if we are at capacity. Please contact us… Read More
What is a prescribed fire? Prescribed fire (or Rx fire) is a planned burn performed under controlled conditions. Burns meet certain “prescriptions” like reducing dry fuels, improving habitat and improving grazing land. Unlike a wildfire, land managers can choose when… Read More
The AQI is based on the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA). The AQI is meant to be used as a guide, designed to assist in your decision-making when air quality is poor. The impact of smoke depends on… Read More
Stay indoors If it looks smokey or if there are health advisories issued by the air district it is best to stay indoors. Wildfires have the potential to cause increases in Ozone levels which you may not be able to… Read More
The state has declared May 3rd through the 9th as Wildfire Preparedness Week. The Tehama County Air Pollution Control District is committed to providing resources needed to help inform the public on air quality during wildfire events. The District is… Read More
Our Office will be closed on Wednesday, February 12th in observance of Lincoln’s Birthday. We will resume normal business hours on Thursday, February 13th.
Our office will be closed on Monday, January 20th for the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday