The Fire and Resource Assessment Program
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MAPPING & GiS Data
NEW! We have a new web map viewer showing tree mortality due to the drought of four years. This is in response to the Governor's Emergency Declaration.
State Responsibility Areas (SRA) are the areas of the state where the State of California is financially responsible for the prevention and suppression of wildfires. The latest SRA data (as well as archived versions) is available here;
Conducted periodically by the CAL FIRE Fire and Resource Assessment Program (FRAP), the Assessment links together state requirements for natural resource inventories and strategies and the federal government's desire to rely more heavily on these state programs in determining priorities for funding. The 2010 Assessment is now complete and is available here along with maps and data.
- NEW! Web Map Viewer showing tree mortality due to the drought.
- 2015 SRA Data Release (released July 1, 2015)
- 2015 Incorporated Cities Data Release (released March, 2016)
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Popular FRAP Pages
- CAL FIRE
- Board of Forestry
- Fire Prevention Fees
- Sierra Nevada Conservancy
- California Forest Stewardship Program