Dry Creek (green) is the largest watershed. Others are Redwood Creek (yellow), Pickle Canyon (orange), Wing Canyon (red), Montgomery Creek (purple) and Campbell Flat Creek (blue).
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Each residence is indicated by a red dot. The Mount Veeder area contains over 450 residences. Information about residential density, access roads and vegetation type is critical to identifying areas of greatest fire hazard.
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Compiled by Cal Fire. Based on fires greater than 10 acres for National Park Service, US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management fires and, until 2002, fires greater than 300 acres for Cal Fire fires. In 2002, the criteria for Cal Fire fires changed to include timber fires greater than 10 acres, brush fires greater than 50 acres, grass fires greater than 300 acres, and fires destroying three or more structures. Some fires are not shown because they do not meet the size criteria for inclusion on the map. The catastrophic fire of 1943 burned over 4,000 acres, including Mt. Veeder Peak, but is not shown on the map.
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Includes only the State Responsibility Area. Does not include Federal lands, areas within city limits or unincorporated areas within Local Responsibility Area,
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