The Modoc Interagency Communications Center

 

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Serving the firefighters and employees of the Forest Service, National Park Service and Fish & Wildlife Service.

  

Mission Statement

The Modoc Interagency Communications Center (MICC) coordinates and dispatches resources to respond to wildland fires and all risk incidents within the Modoc National Forest (MDF), Lava Beds National Monument (BNP), Klamath Basin and Modoc National Wildlife Refuges (LKR). MICC provides emergency resource support to local cooperators in a safe, cost efficient and timely manner to provide for firefighter, public safety, and natural resource protection. MICC manages numerous communication channels to ensure efficient information is provided to employees, the public, and cooperators.
The Modoc National Forest averages 103 wildland fires per year. The Klamath Basin and Modoc National Wildlife Refuges average 8.6 fires per year. The Lava Beds National Monument averages 3.8 fires per year.

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