Prevent Wildfire Month





Effective Wednesday, June 16, 2021, the Fire Danger Level is being raised to “Very High”
across the Angeles National Forest. A combination of extreme heat, low humidity, and record drought
conditions, have led fire management officials to raise the Fire Danger Level earlier than in years past.

Press Release can be viewed here.

Our Response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus

Visiting National Forests

Outdoor recreation can be beneficial for your health but must be practiced safely. Please avoid visiting national forests if you are sick and/or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Follow CDC guidance on personal hygiene and social distancing before and during your visit to the forest.

We recommend exercising close to your home and complying with local and state guidance for not traveling for your recreation needs. Stay safe. For more on avoiding COVID-19, visit

Virtual Services

This office has moved to virtual services. Please visit us at and access our forest maps at If you need immediate assistance or have any questions, please call 747-322-6574.

Versión en Español

Esta oficina se ha cambiado a servicios virtuales. Por favor visítenos por el internet en y acceda los mapas de nuestros bosques en Si necesita atención inmediata o tiene alguna pregunta, por favor llame al 747-322-6574.

Angeles National Forest solicits recreation facility concessionaire

The Angeles National Forest is now accepting applications for a concession special use permit for numerous campgrounds, day use sites, and the Grassy Hollow Visitor Center located on the Forest. A permit to provide high-quality public services in operation and maintenance of government-owned recreation facilities will be issued. The concession prospectus is located on the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument.

Bobcat and Lake Fire Closure Areas

Bobcat Fire Closure Area Map 05-01-20-09 Lake Fire Closure - Map

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Forest Fire Restoration Program

The Angeles National Forest is located within one of the driest, most fire-prone areas in the United States – where human-caused wildland fires are becoming larger and more frequent - significantly damaging natural resources as well as the important human infrastructure on these invaluable public lands.

Not all areas and resources impacted by these fires will recover naturally, so forest managers and partners have launched a number of restoration efforts intended to produce ecosystems that are able to adapt and thrive over time. Projects located within the areas burned by the Copper Fire (2002), Ranch Fire (2007), and Sayre Fire (2008) focus on forest or upland vegetation and stream or riparian ecosystem restoration, sensitive wildlife species management, infrastructure improvements, and other beneficial projects.

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Angeles Fuels Program

The Angeles National Forest Fuels program mission is to manage fuels at the landscape scale to restore and maintain fire-resilient landscapes that are compatible with their historical fire return interval, a core goal of the Cohesive Strategy.

Learn more about:

  • Prescribed Fire
  • Managing wildfire for resource objectives
  • Fuel Treatments using mechanical, biological, or other non-fire methods
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