DATE: June 26, 2017 

State Parks Changes Minimum Hours for Monitors
In order to ensure wider availability of park personnel to monitor complex film shoots, beginning, July 1, 2017, California State Parks will be increasing the minimum number of hours required for monitors from 4-hours to 6-hours. In addition, to put them on a par with other state agencies, the mileage rate for park vehicles used by park personnel on film shoots will be raised to $.76/mile.

The California Film Commission and our state partners work together to make state properties available for filming thought California.

Thank you for your cooperation.
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