It is the mission of the Butte County Cooperative Fire Agencies to provide professional services to protect lives, property, and environment to those residing, working, or traveling within the unincorporated areas of Butte County, the City of Oroville, the Town of Paradise, and the Cities of Gridley and Biggs.
Effective November 13, CAL FIRE/Butte County Fire Department is no longer requiring Burn Permits for Residential Dooryard Burning. Burning is allowed on permissible burn days as stated on the Butte County Air Quality Management District website. See the news release below for details. Click the "Burning" tab for all the guidelines for Residential Dooryard Burning in Butte County.
Butte County Cooperative Fire Protection Annual Report
Click the picture below to view the 2022 Annual Report
Know Your Zone
In the fall of 2020, Butte County Sheriff's Office Emergency Managers began working with CAL FIRE, Butte County Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Butte County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue, creating Evacuation Zones for all of Butte County. These zones will be used during a fire or other emergency requiring evacuations in our county. It is important to remember the last three numbers of the zone, as every zone has a different number and no two are the same. For example, fire station 55 in Bangor is located at 7540 Oro-Bangor Highway. The zone is: BUT-BR-924. The BUT stands for Butte, the BR stands for Bangor and 924 is the zone number.