That's a wildly local question that totally depends on
- local threat conditions
- the construction method of your home
As such, it needs to be run by your building inspectors, your fire marshals, and the California Department of Forestry (CalFire). Or your state's equivalent.
If you just want to build a stick house, then you'll probably have to do like everyone else in your community. However a variety of alternative constructions are in your best interest, double especially if you live in the firelands.
So for instance an earth-sheltered home, of heavy concrete construction with an earthen roof, that house has a completely different threat matrix regarding falling trees and wildfire. It could be designed so the wildfire plan is to dozer some earth over the windows, evac, and let the fire roll right over the place.
The art of it is to respect where you are and build accordingly. Like in Houston, all those 2-floor buildings that still had power -- the electric service was built expecting the first floor to flood.