Some Fire District programs have been suspended due to COVID 19. Most programs will resume after COVID 19 restrictions have been lifted.
Tuesday, January 19, 2021
This meeting will be
Via conference call
Public is welcome.
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The definition of defensible space is: the required space between a structure (home, detached garage, outbuildings, etc.) and the wildland area that, under normal conditions, creates a sufficient buffer to slow or halt the spread of a wildland fire to a structure. Defensible space protects the structure from igniting due to direct flame or radiant heat. It is essential for structure survivability during wildland fire conditions and equally important for the protection of firefighters defending your home/property.
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