CAL FIRE – List of Cities – Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zones (VHFHSZ)

http://www.fire.ca.gov/fire_prevention/fire_prevention_wildland_zones_maps_citylist

Note:  The recommendations are not the same as actual zones.  Such zoning designations do not go into effect unless, and until, they are adopted by ordinance by local agencies.  Local agencies are not required to report such zoning actions and CAL FIRE does not have a current list of local agencies that have adopted ordinances establishing Very High Fire Hazard Severity zones within their boundaries.

(organized by county)

Alameda (5 cities)

  • Berkeley
  • Oakland
  • Piedmont
  • Pleasanton
  • San Leandro

Amador (1 city)

  • Ione

Butte (2 cities)

  • Chico
  • Paradise

Calaveras (1 city)

  • Angels Camp

Contra Costa (8 cities)

  • Danville
  • El Cerrito
  • Lafayette
  • Martinez
  • Moraga
  • Orinda
  • Pinole
  • Richmond

El Dorado (2 cities)

  • Placerville
  • South Lake Tahoe

Lake (1 city)

  • Clearlake

Lassen (1 city)

  • Susanville

Los Angeles (39 cities)

  • Agoura Hills
  • Arcadia
  • Avalon
  • Azusa
  • Beverly Hills
  • Bradbury
  • Burbank
  • Calabasas
  • Claremont
  • Covina
  • Culver City
  • Diamond Bar
  • Duarte
  • Glendale
  • Glendora
  • Hidden Hills
  • Irwindale
  • La Canada Flintridge
  • La Habra Heights
  • La Mirada
  • La Verne
  • Los Angeles
  • Malibu
  • Monrovia
  • Palmdale
  • Palos Verdes Estates
  • Pasadena
  • Pomona
  • Rancho Palos Verdes
  • Rolling Hills
  • Rolling Hills Estates
  • San Dimas
  • Santa Clarita
  • Sierra Madre
  • Walnut
  • West Covina
  • Westlake Village
  • Whittier

Marin (3 cities)

  • Larkspur
  • Mill Valley
  • Novato

Mendocino (2 cities)

  • Ukiah
  • Willits

Mono (1 city)

  • Mammoth Lakes

Monterey (4 cities)

  • Carmel
  • Del Rey Oaks
  • Monterey
  • Pacific Grove

Napa (2 cities)

  • Calistoga
  • Yountville

Nevada (3 cities)

  • Grass Valley
  • Nevada City
  • Truckee

Orange (20 cities)

  • Aliso Viejo
  • Anaheim
  • Brea
  • Dana Point
  • Fullerton
  • Irvine
  • La Habra
  • Laguna Beach
  • Laguna Niguel
  • Laguna Woods
  • Lake Forest
  • Mission Viejo
  • Newport Beach
  • Orange
  • Rancho Santa Margarita
  • San Clemente
  • San Juan Capistrano
  • Tustin
  • Villa Park
  • Yorba Linda
Placer (2 cities)

  • Auburn
  • Colfax

Plumas (1 city)

  • Portola

Riverside (22 cities)

  • Banning
  • Beaumont
  • Calimesa
  • Canyon Lake
  • Cathedral City
  • Corona
  • Desert Hot Springs
  • Hemet
  • Jurupa Valley
  • Lake Elsinore
  • Menifee
  • Moreno Valley
  • Murrieta
  • Norco
  • Palm Desert
  • Palm Springs
  • Perris
  • Rancho Mirage
  • Riverside
  • San Jacinto
  • Temucula
  • Wildomar

San Bernardino (15 cities)

  • Big Bear Lake
  • Chino Hills
  • Colton
  • Fontana
  • Grand Terrace
  • Hesperia
  • Highland
  • Loma Linda
  • Rancho Cucamonga
  • Redlands
  • Rialto
  • San Bernardino
  • Upland
  • Yucaipa
  • Yucca Valley

San Diego (13 cities)

  • Carlsbad
  • Chula Vista
  • Del Mar
  • El Cajon
  • Encinitas
  • Escondido
  • Oceanside
  • Poway
  • San Diego
  • San Marcos
  • Santee
  • Solana Beach
  • Vista

San Luis Obispo (4 cities)

  • Atascadero
  • Morro Bay
  • Pismo Beach
  • San Luis Obispo

San Mateo (8 cities)

  • Belmont
  • Half Moon Bay
  • Hillsborough
  • Portola Valley
  • Redwood City
  • San Carlos
  • San Mateo
  • Woodside

Santa Barabara (2 cities)

  • Lompoc
  • Santa Barbara

Santa Clara (6 cities)

  • Cupertino
  • Los Gatos
  • Monte Sereno
  • Morgan Hill
  • San Jose
  • Saratoga

Shasta (3 cities)

  • Anderson
  • Redding
  • Shasta Lake

Siskiyou (6 cities)

  • Dunsmuir
  • Etna
  • Fort Jones
  • Mt Shasta
  • Weed
  • Yreka

Sonoma (2 cities)

  • Cloverdale
  • Santa Rosa

Tehama (1 city)

  • Red Bluff

Tuolumne (1 city)

  • Sonora

Ventura (8 cities)

  • Camarillo
  • Fillmore
  • Moorpark
  • Ojai
  • Santa Paula
  • Simi Valley
  • Thousand Oaks
  • Ventura
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VACCINATIONS REQUIRED: Argentina Creates Mandatory Vaccination Law For Passport, ID, Driver’s License, School & More

http://vaccineimpact.com/2018/argentina-creates-mandatory-vaccination-law-for-passport-id-drivers-license-school-more/

EXCERPT:

n order to renew the DNI, passport and registration, the complete vaccination card must be presented.

The Senate approved on Wednesday a law that establishes the obligatory nature and free of vaccination against preventable diseases for all the inhabitants of the country, and stipulates that the complete vaccination card will be required at the time of processing the DNI, passport and driving record , among others.

The project was promoted by the Tucuman deputy Pablo Yedlin (Front Justicialista by Tucumán), and will replace the law 22,909, which is in force since 1983. So far, the mandatory vaccination applies only to children and the new project will be made extensive also to adults. The gratuity of the vaccines, in as much, happened in fact, but from now on it will be protected by law.

According to the text itself, it will be the Executive, through the Ministry of Health of the Nation, which must regulate in a term of 120 days the fine print of the norm for its specific application.

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Harvard’s $39B Endowment Is Secretly Acquiring California’s Water Supply

INSIDER COMMENT and The Rest of The Story:

Harvard is part of the Establishment run directly by the Cabal. This is land theft and creating the illusion that water is being bought up by these schemes.

Of course, we have Primary Water and Harvard is NOT buying up the water in all of California, only on the land they own or are purchasing. Harvard is buying land, and water comes with land.

Again, the idea that Harvard is acquiring California’s water supply would pertain directly to the land they own or are purchasing, and NOT California’s water supply.

This story is to further create the illusion we are running out of water, and to advance the urgency to build MORE sewer/urine waste water treatment plants to poison us through the municipal water delivery systems.

Read more “Harvard’s $39B Endowment Is Secretly Acquiring California’s Water Supply”

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ADVISORY: Phone, Tablets and Their Impact on Kids Brains . . . 60 Minutes – Brain Hacking . . .

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/phones-tablets-and-their-impact-on-kids-brains-60-minutes/

EXCERPT:

Programmers call it “brain hacking,” and Anderson Cooper reported on it in the 2017 piece embedded below. He found that brain hacking depends heavily on building unexpected rewards into apps. As users stumble onto these hidden treasures, the surprise stimulates production of a brain chemical called dopamine. Neurologists told us dopamine signals the body that something pleasurable is about to occur. It plays a pivotal part in cravings and desire.

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Demonstration project on supercritical CO2 in geothermal plants to be run at Coso, California | Think GeoEnergy – Geothermal Energy News

http://www.thinkgeoenergy.com/demonstration-project-on-supercritical-co2-in-geothermal-plants-to-be-run-at-coso-california/

EXCERPT:

U.S.-based GreenFire Energy has announced that it is preparing work on its demonstration project to use supercritical CO2 instead of water as working fluid to carry enthalpy from the resource back to the surface for geothermal power production.

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$1.2 billion invested in rural water infrastructure in 46 states

https://www.americanagriculturist.com/usda/12-billion-invested-rural-water-infrastructure-46-states

EXCERPT:

Dec 06, 2018

USDA is investing $1.2 billion to help rebuild and improve rural water infrastructure for 936,000 rural Americans living in 46 states.

“Access to water is a key driver for economic opportunity and quality of life in rural communities,” Hazlett said.

USDA is providing financing for 234 water and environmental infrastructure projects through the Water and Waste Disposal Loan and Grant program. The funding can be used for drinking water, stormwater drainage and waste disposal systems for rural communities with 10,000 or fewer residents.

Eligible communities and water districts can apply online on the interactive RD Apply tool, or they can apply through one of USDA Rural Development’s state or field offices.

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