Ben Lomond Camp

Ben Lomond Conservation Camp provides the State of California with five fire crews to suppress wildland fires. They also provide Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties with thousands of hours of community service annually. Crews suppress fires, clear and improve fire breaks, clear streams, improve trails and levees, and assist in rescues, floods and landslides. They are an ongoing and consistently available resource to help local authorities when called upon. The camp is succeeding in its mission of improving the safety and quality of life for all state residents, while at the same time providing inmates a rehabilitative environment in which to develop skills and discipline needed to become successful contributors to society. The Camp is staffed with 10 fire captains, CDCR Officers/Supervisors, one Office Technician, one Heavy Equipment Mechanic, one WASPO, one Division Chief and a population of a maximum of 110 inmates.

 

 

 

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