CDFW may have cause to close facilities or properties, postpone or cancel events, or adjust operations due to construction, flood, fire, or public health concerns. public health closure Many of CDFW's high public use areas, including visitor centers and license counters, have reopened, with local health protocols in place, if any exist. Before heading to a CDFW facility, contact the regional CDFW office to determine if that facility is open. See CDFW's Online License Site for information on purchasing licenses, permits, tags and other entitlements. Cause for closure key: Construction Flood Fire Public Health Drought CDFW Lands closed due to construction Canebrake Ecological Reserve (Kern County) closed due to construction Imperial Wildlife Area - Ramer Lake (Imperial County) closed due to construction Fremont Weir Wildlife Area - (Sutter and Yolo Counties) - some areas on east side closed Additional Public Land Alerts and Closures BLM Closures(opens in new tab) US Forest Service Closures(opens in new tab) CalFire Updates(opens in new tab) US Fish and Wildlife Service Closures(opens in new tab) CDFW Facilities closed due to construction Kern River Fish Hatchery (Kern County) closed due to construction Moss Landing Wildlife Area Parking Lot (Monterey County) Licensing affected by Closures Hunting Tag Returns Seasons/Events Klamath River Dam RemovalBeginning Friday May 12, 2023, recreation sites along Iron Gate Reservoir and Copco Reservoir in Siskiyou County will close to public access to accommodate work related to the removal of dams along the Klamath River. Only the Mallard Cove boat ramp on Copco Reservoir will remain publicly accessible though visitors should expect construction-related traffic along Copco Road and Ager Beswick Road. Recreation sites associated with JC Boyle Reservoir in Oregon and Mallard Cove will remain open through the summer recreation season and will close to public access after the Labor Day holiday weekend in September to accommodate dam removal.