Lake Almanor Basin Fire Safe Council Updated:01/2022

Fire Safe Councils are grassroots, community-led organizations that mobilize residents to protect their homes, communities, and environments from catastrophic wildfire. A local Fire Safe Council is often sparked by a catalyst – perhaps a recent fire or a group of neighbors eager to spread a fire-safe message – then embraced by the community, which turns that initial interest into a committed group that finds ways to empower the residents to do their part to make the community safer.

Fire Safe Councils throughout California educate homeowners about community wildfire preparedness activities while working with local fire officials to design and implement projects that increase the wildfire survivability of their communities. Many Fire Safe Councils have successfully implemented such projects as hazardous-fuel-reduction projects, Community Wildfire Protection Planning, and homeowner training.

Contact Lake Almanor Basin Fire Safe Council

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Contact Lake Almanor Basin Fire Safe Council

P.O. Box 1225
Quincy, CA  95971
Phone: (530) 259-2572

Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Plumas County, California