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Communities at Risk List

To help protect people and their property from potential catastrophic wildfire, the National Fire Plan directs funding to be provided for projects designed to reduce the fire risks to communities. A fundamental step in achieving this goal was the identification of communities that are at high risk of damage from wildfire. These high risk communities identified within the wildland-urban interface, the area where homes and wildlands intermix, were published in the Federal Register in 2001. At the request of Congress, the Federal Register notice only listed those communities neighboring federal lands. The list represents the collaborative work of the 50 states and five federal agencies using a standardized process, whereby states were asked to submit all communities within their borders that met the criteria of a structure at high risk from wildfire.

With California's extensive urban Wildland-Urban Interface situation, the list of communities extends beyond just those adjacent to Federal lands. The California State Forester (CAL FIRE Director) has the responsibility for managing the list.

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Place Name County Name Year
East FoothillsSanta Clara2001
East HemetRiverside2001
East Porterville (Doyle Colony)Tulare2001
East Richmond HeightsContra Costa2001
East SonoraTuolumne2001
Edwards Air Force BaseKern2001
El CajonSan Diego2001
El CerritoContra Costa2001
10 El CerritoRiverside2001
11 El Dorado HillsEl Dorado2001
12 El GranadaSan Mateo2001
13 El NidoLos Angeles2001
14 El Paso de Robles (corporate name for Paso Robles)San Luis Obispo2001
15 El PortalMariposa2001
16 El RobleMendocino2001
17 El SobranteContra Costa2001
18 El ToroOrange2001
19 El Toro Marine Corps Air StationOrange2001
20 El VeranoSonoma2001
21 EldridgeSonoma2001
22 Elizabeth LakeLos Angeles2001
23 Elk (Greenwood)Mendocino2001
24 Elk CreekGlenn2001
25 ElkhornMonterey2001
26 Emerald Lake HillsSan Mateo2001
27 Emigrant GapPlacer2001
28 EncinitasSan Diego2001
29 Erwin LakeSan Bernardino2010
30 EscondidoSan Diego2001
31 EspartoYolo2001
32 EssexHumboldt2001
33 EtnaSiskiyou2001
34 EttersburgHumboldt2001
35 EurekaHumboldt2001
36 ExeterTulare2001

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