Outside the Home

Outside, wildfire safety begins by making sure you, your family and your home are ready for a wildfire. Remember three simple steps: "Ready, Set, Go!". Being Ready for a wildfire starts by maintaining 100 feet of Defensible Space and hardening homes with fire resistant building materials. Be Set by creating a Wildfire Action Plan with your family. Finally, be prepared to Go and evacuate your home. Leave early, before it's too late. Learn more on "Ready, Set, Go!": More...

California's Mediterranean climate lends itself naturally to wildfires, which is why residents and vacationers must take extra caution when outdoors and steps to prevent wildfires. "One Less Spark means One Less Wildfire".

Whether it's using powered equipment before 10 a.m. when the humidity is higher and temperatures cooler to reduce the chance of fire, to following proper guidelines for burning branches and leave debris on your property, to enjoying a campfire, we must all do our part to prevent wildfire. Learn more ways to prevent a wildfire: More...

During the fire season when the humidity drops and the winds increase, fire danger is elevated even higher and the public is asked to be extra vigilant. Lean more on steps to take during Red Flag Warnings: More...

Preparing for and preventing wildfires is everyone's responsibility.

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