- Fire Weather - Related Park and Trail Restrictions
- Wildfire Prevention Information
- Weather Information
- Storm Related Information
- Drought Information
Very High Fire Danger precautions are in effect
Precautions TODAY include:
--No smoking outside of enclosed vehicles, designated day-use picnic areas, campgrounds or developed recreational areas.
--No campfires outside of designated day-use picnic areas, campgrounds or developed recreational areas. Barbeques permitted only in designated day-use picnic areas, campgrounds or developed recreational areas. Gas-fueled stoves are permitted in all areas.
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The following restrictions remain in place for the remainder of the 2014 fire season~ SMOKING IS NOT ALLOWED in ALL wildland areas.
Fire Safety Tips:
- Fire Safety Information
- Fire Danger and Weather Information
- District Fire Department Helpful Links
- Glossary of Wildland Fire Terminology
- Properly extinguish campfires.
- Abide by all posted or announced fire safety rules.
- Don’t drive your vehicle into dry grass.
- If you see smoke in open parklands, call 9-1-1.
- Maintain a Defensible Space around your home and property.
- National Weather Service: San Francisco Bay Area/Monterey weather page.
- National Weather Service: Bay Area Red Flag Warnings page.
- National Weather Service: Greater Bay Area Fire Weather Zones (Interactive Map)
- California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: CAL FIRE (State-wide fire information)
- CAL FIRE: California Fire Map (Google Maps)
A general advisory will be issued after 0.2" or more of rain to alert the public of potential bay water contamination due to urban runoff. At such times, the East Bay Regional Park District advises beach users to avoid contact with bay waters for a period of three days or 72 hours after rainfall ends.