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Wildland Fuel Reduction Area

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Lean, Clean, and Green Area

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Noncombustible Area

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Easy Access to My Neighborhood & Home

Good access helps emergency responders arrive in a timely manner and facilitates safe evacuation.

 

Publications:

Fire Adapted Communities - The Next Step in Wildfire Preparedness

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Step 1:
Sign Up for Emergency Notifications

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Step 2:
Prepare My Home and Family for Evacuation

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Step 3:
Make a To-Go Bag and Disaster Supplies Kit

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Step 4:
Understand Special Needs of Vulnerable Populations

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Step 5:
Prepare for Pets

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Step 6:
Print Evacuation Checklist

Safe Area

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Fuelbreaks

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Prescribed Fire

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Making My Community Safer

Well-designed fuelbreaks and safe areas protect the community.

 

Publications:

Bringing Fire Back to the Forest
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What Do I Do After The Fire

The days, weeks, and months following a wildfire may be very difficult, depending upon your loss. The emotional trauma of a wildfire may be something you never forget. The tips, information and resources presented below will help you through the process.

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