Our Council is seeking a Outreach Specialist, follow link below for additional information on this opportunity:
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  No matter where you live, the most common reason homes burn during a wildfire is because embers land on something easily ignitable around the home.  Make changes now to reduce the ember threat to your home.  Remove leaves and pine needles from your rain gutters, clean out debris from under your deck, and remove flammable plants from around the base of your house. Log on to livingwithfire.info for more information on protecting your home from wildfire.

Living With Fire

For a copy of the latest "Living With Fire" brochure Click Here

Black Forest Fire, Colorado 2013

Short film showing how Firewise practices makes a home defensible Click Here

Plumas County Community WildFire ProtectionPlan (CWPP)

Plumas County Fuels Assessment & Strategy

See the new HFQLG Completed, Accomplished and Outyear Treatments and PNF WUIs map on the CWPP page Here

FireSafe Council Meeting:

PC FSC holds their regularly scheduled monthly meetings on the 2nd Thursday of each month.

The next meeting is Thursday Sept 9, 2014 - 9:00 am. at the County Planning & Building Services Conference Room

Plumas County Planning & Building Services
is located at; 555 Main Street 
(The old Feather Publishing brick building diagonally across the street from the County Courthouse) 

PCFSC will make every reasonable attempt to comply with the American Disabilities Act (ADA) and accommodate any attendee or participant at our meetings needing special assistance beyond what is normally provided. Please contact Plumas Corporation at 530-283-3739 at least 5 business days prior to a scheduled meeting to inform us of your particular needs and to determine if accommodation is feasible. Please advise us at the time you call if special assistance is required to attend or participate in meetings on a regular basis.*

Plumas Fire Safe Council
P.O. Box 1225
Quincy, CA 95971

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