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Last modified on: Friday, 30-Oct-2020 02:36:25 EDT
Trinity Lake Report
10/30/20 - The lake is at 2,286', down 84' from the spillway, 53% full, but at 82% of average.
Flows are minimal at this time. The USFS says they'll start on the ramp one month after it is up out of the water. Well,
it is up out of the water...
Here is a graph
of historic lake elevation (updated 8/9) showing spillway and Trinity Center ramp elevations.
(The gaps in the line on the graph are due to missing or bad data in the state's database.)
All Fires Suspended !!
The Forest Service has temporarily suspended all burning of any kind. That means you can
no longer set up camp on federal property with a campfire anywhere in the Forest or Wilderness.
No open flame, no stoves, no lanterns. No gas powered devices of any kind.
The risk is considered to great at this time.
See details in the USFS press release.
All Debris Burning Suspended !!
Effective July 6, all debris burning has been suspended by CalFire. This means that ALL burn permits for debris
pile burning as well as burn barrels are suspended. NO BURNING !
See the CalFire press release.
Fire Season Is Here !!
We had a nice bit of precipitation last week, but we are in a drought. The coming fire season will be a risky one. A lot of folks are taking
advantage of the sunny days to burn yard debris. PLEASE BE CAREFUL!!
You MUST have an Air Quality Management District burn permit to burn yard debris, and you MUST ensure
your burn day is an authorized burn day by calling the AQMD at 1-866-BURN-DAY and confirm Zone 3 is
"ok for burning" that day. Standard Permits require burning to be finished by noon.
Check out all the fire information on our Fire Page, and download
TCVFD's "All About Fire Permits" white
paper to get all the current information about campfires and debris piles.
Be safe out there!
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