Burn permits are no longer required in the area under the protection of the Shasta-Trinity Unit of Cal-Fire. Beginning Monday, no permits will be required for residential burning. People still need to follow the guidelines, learn the rules and be sure it’s a burn day before lighting up their piles. The Tehama-Glenn Unit of Cal-Fire also announced Monday that burn permits are no longer needed. The City of Redding is allowing burn piles through next May, and permits are required. They can be downloaded for free at reddingfire.org. A wealth of safety tips can be found at readyforwildfire.org.