- CAL FIRE announces a Burn Ban is now in effect.
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- Location: Black Bart Trail, North of Lake Mendocino
Administrative Unit: CAL FIRE Mendocino Unit
Acres Burned: 417 acres - 50% contained
Date Started: September 13, 2014 3:48 pm
Last update: September 15, 2014 8:10 am
Air Quality News Advisory (click here)
CAL FIRE announces a Burn Ban is now in effect until further notice.
All residential and open outdoor burning permits within Mendocino County are suspended. This may include training burns conducted by the State and local fire agencies.
Contact your local Fire Agency or Air Quality
Air Quality Permits
> When do I need an air quality permit?
> Why do I need an air quality permit?
> How do I apply for an air quality permit and what is the fee?
Grants to help you meet Air Quality Regulations.
The Carl Moyer Program provides incentive grants for cleaner-than-required engines and diesel-powered equipment.
Information for owners of Portable and Stationary Diesel Engines in Mendocino County.
> Do I need a permit to use my engine?
> What should I know prior to purchasing an engine?
> What is a stationary engine?
> What is a portable engine?
Renovation and Demolition
Although asbestos use declined dramatically in recent decades, it's still used and found in existing building materials.
> Are new building materials asbestos free?
> No asbestos was found, do I still need to notify the District?