Community Wildfire Protection plan (CWPP)

We need YOUR feedback to update our Community Wildfire Protection Plan!

As we continue with Wildfire Awareness Month, we’re seeking YOUR feedback as part of our 2021 update to the Community Wildfire Protection Plan. The results of your feedback will help serve as a road map to how we can work with you to address issues surrounding wildfire preparedness in our communities! 

⭐Take the survey: bit.ly/PCwildfireprotection  

⭐Follow the progress of the plan update through your local fire safe council: placer.ca.gov/5721/Fire-Safe-Alliance 

⭐Learn more at the CWPP update website: placer.ca.gov/1400/Community-Wildfire-Protection-Plan-CWPP

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Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP)

The Placer County Community Wildfire Protection Plan (PDF) is an effort to reduce the threat of wildfire-related damages to people, property, ecological elements, and other important values identified by residents. This document incorporates new and existing wildfire information valuable to citizens, policy makers and public agencies throughout western Placer County.

Participants include:

  • California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
  • County Fire Safe Councils: Foresthill/Iowa Hill, Greater Auburn Area, Greater Lincoln, Placer Sierra
  • Landowners
  • Local Fire Departments and Protection Districts
  • Placer County Fire Safe Alliance
  • Placer County Resource Conservation District
  • U.S. Forest Service

For more on reducing fire hazards in your area, please also visit the Ready for Wildfire website.